Q: I am on F1 CPT but don't want to immigrate, How long will it take to get my EB4
I am on F1 CPT but don't want to immigrate, I am a resident of Wisconsin and got my PhD from 1995 to 1998 from UW Madison, I came back in 2013 to do my MS and graduated in 2017 December, I want to apply for EB4, I have registered a non profit new age religious and ecological organisation in January 2018 in Seattle, and have ties with my parent organisation in Rishikesh India, I can obtain supporting documentation. How long will it take to get my EB4? I would also like to consult on AI and chat-bots, which is my expertise, can I get my greencard/EAD?
There is no backlog for India in the EB-4 category for religious workers.
To be eligible for a green card in the religious worker category, you must:Religious Workers
Have been a member of a bona fide non-profit religious denomination for at least two years prior to the filing of form I-360;
Have been working continuously for the past two years immediately prior to filing the immigrant petition: As a religious minister in a religious vocation either professional or non-professional capacity, or in a religious occupation either professional or nonprofessional capacity; and
Seek to enter the United States solely to carry out such religious occupation of the employer’s denomination.
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