I-360 Approved for Taiwanese Minister in Ann Arbor
Client: A Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Client’s Country of Origin: Taiwan
Case Type: I-360 Petition for an Alien to be Classified as a Special Immigrant
Date of Application: April 6, 2010
Date of Approval: July 13, 2010
After five years of service, a church in Ann Arbor, Michigan wished to retain a capable minister for the long run. The church retained Herman Legal Group to secure an immigration status for its choice religious worker from Taiwan.
Application of an immigration status requires long-term planning and meticulous evidence gathering. From the start, a serious applicant or beneficiary should consider consulting a reliable attorney. After all, this application package asks for more than religious worker status application. Please remember, reviewers of faith-related status applications read with greater scrutiny. Professional assistance, in most cases, is indispensable. Our Michigan immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
Herman Legal Group helped our client prove that:
- The minister had been a member of the denomination for two years.
- The church or religious organization was a bona fide religious organization.
- The church or religious organization had sufficient resources to compensate the religious workers’ service.
After one request of evidence, our client’s case was approved in two and a half months.