EB-4 Classification is an employment-based immigrant classification. EB-4 Classification is reserved for special immigrant religious workers. To qualify, an alien must be a member of a religious denomination that has a non-profit organization in the U.S. The alien must have been a member of the denomination for at least two years before applying for admission.
The alien must be coming to the U.S. to work:
The alien must have been performing this work for at least the past two years.
For EB-4 Classification, either you or your employer can petition. Either you or your employer should file USCIS Form I-360 and submit it to the USCIS Regional Service Center in the area where you will be working. You should also file:
Because of the confusing requirements for the letter from the official at the religious organization where you wish to work, a lawyer may be able to help you decide what type of letter you need and what should be included in it. A lawyer would also be able to guide you through any other immigration laws you may encounter.
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