Permanent Resident Status for Taiwanese Minister

 
Client: A Church in Columbia, Maryland (a Suburb of Baltimore)
Client’s Country of Origin: Taiwan
Case Type: I-485 Application of Adjustment of Status Based on Employment
Date of Application: August 6, 2010
Date of Approval: November 22, 2010

Background:
A church in near Baltimore, Maryland retained Herman Legal Group to secure a capable minister’s permanent resident status for long-term service. We thus filed an I-485 based on employment to achieve our client’s objective.

Challenge:
The I-485 application package for adjustment of status (often referred to as green card application or permanent residence application) is tedious. Such a package requires detailed proof for each and every listed criterion. After all, adjustment of status – from temporary to permanent – is a matter of great gravity. Thus, please consider seeking professional and legal assistance should your employee meet the criteria for adjustment to permanent resident status.

Action:
We helped our client prove that:

  1. The hiring organization would continue sponsor the beneficiary with further employment.
  2. The beneficiary entered the U.S. with inspection.
  3. The beneficiary had no violations of status.
  4. The beneficiary had no felony records.

Result:
Three months later, our client’s minister received permanent resident status and was clear to serve for the long run.

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