a word from Tana to Disciples students from around the world
Religious Workers Archives
If you are an international student on an F-1 visa, there are strict rules about when and where you can work in the U.S.
We provide full representation to Disciples regions and churches petitioning for pastors in nonimmigrant religious worker cases (R-1 visas) and special immigrant religious worker cases (green cards for religious workers).
If you have a green card, you have successfully navigated the U.S. immigration legal system to arrive at one of the most sought-after destinations: lawful permanent residence in the United States.
The U.S. government has changed the dates when family members can file their applications. Most family members will still have to wait several years, but the wait will be shorter than before. Read more.
Here are some important odds and ends that may have gotten lost amid the bigger stories this summer. Read more.
As you begin to discern God’s calling for you and your ministry, it helps to know your immigration options. Plus, learn all about work on-campus, practical training, and special employment authorization options in a new resource. Read more.
This is the time of year when many people travel to be with friends and family. If you plan to travel outside the U.S., it’s important to remember to protect your immigration status. Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you make plans. And as always, consult your immigration lawyer for complete advice about your particular situation. Read more.
We provide full representation to Disciples regions and churches petitioning for pastors in nonimmigrant religious worker cases (R-1 visas) and special immigrant religious worker cases (green cards for religious workers). Read more.