Religious Worker Status Granted for a Michigan Church

Religious Worker Status Granted for a Michigan Church

Taiwan


Case Type: I-129 Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker (R category for religious worker)

Client: A Church in Ann Arbor

Beneficiary’s Nationality: Taiwan


BACKGROUND: Our client, a church in Ann Arbor, wished to retain a young religious worker from Taiwan for its campus ministry. We were therefore retained to secure a nonimmigrant status for this religious worker on behalf of our client. To achieve this end, we filed  I-129 Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker.


Date of Application: September 23, 2003

Date of Approval: September 24, 2003


WE HELPED OUR CLIENT collect sufficient evidence and prove that the full time worker:

  1. Had had two years of membership in the denomination, and
  2. Was hired by a registered church or bona fide religious organization, and
  3. The church has ability to adequately compensate the full-time worker, AND
  4. The full-time worker was invited to the U.S. solely for fulfilling religious occupation, and

Therefore, our client’s beneficiary, the religious worker, should be granted a nonimmigrant religious worker status.


IN ONE DAY, our client’s choice religious worker received approval.


CHALLENGE: Fast approval time may inspire some envious sentiment, but worry not, it is no longer so for applicants. After a string of fraudulent activities in early 2000’s, applications for this category receive careful reviews. That is, reviewing officers read statements and examine evidence with greater scrutiny than before. Should you consider retaining a capable religious worker, Detroit immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.


 

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Richard Herman is a nationally-known immigration attorney with 20+ years of experience representing families and businesses in all aspects of immigration law. Richard was voted for inclusion in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© and listed in Super Lawyers© for ten consecutive years, Richard is the founder of the Herman Legal Group, an immigration law firm serving clients in over 12 languages from offices in Cleveland, Columbus and Detroit, whose attorneys have represented diverse clientele, from Fortune 500 companies to undocumented workers, from technology entrepreneurs to NFL teams. He is the co-author of the acclaimed book, Immigrant, Inc. ---Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy (John Wiley & Sons, 2009). Richard has appeared FOX News (The O’Reilly Factor), ABC News 20/20, National Public Radio, and has appeared in the New York Times, USA Today, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Inc., PC World, Computerworld, CIO, TechCrunch and InformationWeek.

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