Buddhist Monk Approved for Permanent Residency and Work Authorization in Ohio

Our client a non-profit Vietnamese Buddhist temple retained Attorney Charmaine Rozario of Herman Legal Group to assist with petitioning a religious worker to come to the Cleveland area. Our client was suffering due to a lack of Buddhist monks and nuns in the US.

Petitioner R-1 Nonimmigration Visa Requirements – Tax Exempt Status and Compensation

According to the USCIS, the following evidence must be submitted for “eligibility to file Form I-129 for an R-1 nonimmigrant.” Proof the petitioner must submit for R1 visa classification varies as follows for bona fide non-profit religious organizations that claim a tax exemption as follows:

R-1 Temporary Nonimmigrant Religious Worker Visas

R1 visas apply to foreigners who are seeking to work in the United States on a temporary or full-time basis – as a minister or in another religious position. Generally, the alien needs a religious sponsor in the United States. Obtaining the first R-1 visa can take time because a site visit may be required.

2021-06-23T01:09:15-05:00Categories: Immigration Guides|Tags: , |
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