Religious Worker from Taiwan Granted Status
Client: A church in Cleveland for its minister from Taiwan
Location: Westlake, Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-131 Application for Religious immigration
BACKGROUND: A church of a newer Christian denomination retained us to secure an immigration status for its full-timer worker from Taiwan. Meanwhile, we prepared this application for the minister because he had often traveled internationally on behalf of the church.
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: Obtaining immigration status for minister should only be for the purpose of religion work. You have to prove that the church worker is conducting church work instead of any others. In the process of evidence, an experienced immigration lawyer is very helpful and will save you a lot of time as well as effort during the whole process. More, you have to prove that there is no problem with law in the past or there are some waivable reasons for the past offenses. Cleveland immigration lawyers are ready to provide you any legal service in Herman Legal Group.
IN LESS THAN THREE MONTHS, our client’s minister could travel internationally again.
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