Like all religious organizations, you know that bringing in foreign seminarians, clergy, religious vocations and lay personnel is critical to your ability to minister and evangelize. However, managing the immigration status of multiple religious workers is cumbersome and mismanagement of immigration processes can create a logistics nightmare.
In today’s immigration environment, religious organizations can no longer risk working with law firms that only dabble, if at all, in religious immigration. Additionally, filing legal papers is no longer enough. The religious community requires greater specialization, dedication and expertise to safeguard the rights of its religious workers and achieve its immigration objectives.