(R1 Visa - Members of Religious
The Immigration and
Nationality Act states that the R1 visa category is available to a
nonimmigrant religious worker who has been a member of a religious
organization in the United States for the two years immediately preceding an
R1 visa application and who seeks to enter the U.S. for a period not to
exceed five years. The R1 nonimmigrant category permits religious workers
to enter the U.S. in order to continue or develop a religious vocation.
The LL.M. Law Group
understands that obtaining an R1 visa for a nonimmigrant religious worker
to come to the United States can sometimes be difficult. Please read below
to learn more about how the LL.M. Law Group can help you start working, and
LL.M. Law Group can help obtain an R-1 visa for the following:
Religious organizations in the United States
that wish to bring over members from overseas branches, affiliates, or
similar entities to work in religious vocations such as liturgical
workers, religious instructors, missionaries, and translators
Members of a religious group or community having
a bona fide nonprofit, religious organization in the U.S.
Foreign nationals coming to the United States to
work as the minister of a religious group or community
Please refer to the
LL.M. Law Group's immigration
consultation procedures to begin.
Law Group will work with you to arrive at an arrangement that is
fair to all concerned.