New CIS Policy Memo Provides "Lasting Relief" to Some Special Immigrant Religious Workers

Phulwani, Michael; Nachman, David H.; Singh, Rabindra K.
July 2015
News India Times;7/31/2015, Vol. 46 Issue 31, p24
The article reports on the policy memorandum released by the U.S. Citizenship Services detailing it will no longer require the religious work experience for special immigrant religious worker be acquired in lawful immigration status if gained in the country.


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