EB-4 Religious Worker
Welcome to Tseitlin Law Firm P.C., Your EB-4 Visa Experts
At Tseitlin Law Firm P.C., our proficiency in Immigration Law extends to assisting religious workers through the EB-4 Visa process. We're committed to helping you fulfill your calling to serve in the United States.
Understanding the EB-4 Visa
The EB-4 Visa is an employment-based, fourth-preference immigrant visa reserved for religious workers. It facilitates religious ministers and certain religious workers in non-profit religious organizations to immigrate to the U.S.
Qualifying for an EB-4 Visa
To qualify for an EB-4 Visa, you must be a minister or religious worker, participating in a religious occupation or vocation for a U.S. non-profit religious organization. You must have been a member of the religious denomination for at least two years before applying for the visa.
What Documentation is Required?
Acquiring an EB-4 Visa requires proof of your religious position and the non-profit status of the religious organization. You'll need documents verifying your religious membership, your employment with the religious organization, and the organization's ability to pay your wage.
Why Choose Tseitlin Law Firm P.C.?
At Tseitlin Law Firm P.C., we understand the unique considerations of religious workers. Our team is committed to guiding you through the EB-4 Visa process, ensuring that your application accurately reflects your eligibility and the genuine nature of your religious work.
Take the Next Step
Bring your religious vocation to the U.S. with the support of Tseitlin Law Firm P.C. Get in touch with us today for a detailed consultation on the EB-4 Visa process. Rely on our expertise, dedication, and understanding of immigration law to pave the way for your religious service in the United States.