Taiwan full-time minister granted immigration status
Client: A church in Cleveland for its Taiwan minister
Location: Westlake, Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-131 Application for Religious minister immigration
BACKGROUND: A newer Christian denomination retained us to secure an immigration status for its full-timer worker from Taiwan. We also prepared this application for the minister for her need to visit her family overseas.
Date of Application: JUNE 7, 2005
Date of Approval: AUGUST 4, 2005
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that the minister:
- Was a national of another state, and
- Had no problem with law, and
- Needed to conduct church business and to visit family overseas.
CHALLENGE: Religious immigrant is different as there is a very limited amount of persons could be granted the status. Thus, one have to provide the solid evidence to prove the requirements. More, the relevant church should be cooperative and active enough to help he minister in the whole process. The procedures are sometimes so complicated that no one know how to deal with that or no now is willing to do that. Therefore, you need to consult a reliable attorney before you file your own application. Please fell free to get in touch with our immigration lawyers in Herman Legal Group. We are ready to help you.
IN LESS THAN TWO MONTHS, our client’s minister was granted the immigration status and he could travel internationally again.
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