What do I need to do to get employed as a religious worker in the United States?

New Jersey Religious Worker Lawyers

To receive a religious worker green card, there are some requirements you must fall under. For example, you must have been a member of a non-profit religious denomination for two years, must have been working in a religious occupation for the two years, like as a minister or priest of the religion, and you are looking for entry into the United States to continue your religious occupation of the American employer’s denomination. In order to apply for this green card, either you or your employer needs to fill out and submit Form I-360 to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Along with the form, you must also provide the USCIS with proof of the religious organization being a non-profit and a letter from an official of the religious denomination in the United States. Depending on what you religious job you are applying for, such as continuing your professional as a minister or priest or changing to another type of religious vocation, the letter should speak of your qualifications, your previous two years in the religious denomination and what your job in the United States will entail.

Having an experienced, seasoned religious worker green card attorney is in your best interest and will make the entire process much simpler. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our highly skilled and battle-tested religious worker green card lawyers are ready to work with you and help in getting you to practice your religious duty within the United States. Schedule a free initial consultation with our law firm at 732-383-6242 any time, even on nights and weekends, to get started with a Toms River religious worker green card attorney!

Posted on March 28, 2013, in Articles and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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