The Fourth Preference
This visa category, designated Special Immigrants, is actually a hodgepodge of several unrelated categories. It includes:
Religious workers who have been offered full-time paid employment in a religious position by a tax-exempt religious organization in the U.S., and who have at least two years of prior paid, full-time work experience in that religious profession, occupation or vocation with an organization in the same religious denomination.
Battered spouses and children who were initially sponsored for residence by a U.S. citizen spouse or parent, but who were then subjected to abuse or extreme cruelty by that petitioner.
Retiring long-term employees of international organizations (such as the U.N. or the World Bank), who have worked for the international organization in the U.S. for 15 years or more.
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