Once you have identified a voluntary service program, the next step is to apply for your visa at the U.S. consulate or embassy in your home country. Each U.S. consulate or embassy has a website with specific instructions for completing the application form and paying the visa fees; find the one you need at http://www.usembassy.gov/.In addition to the basic items, such as your passport, application form, and visa fee, you will need a letter from the organization you will be helping. The letter needs to describe the organization and the service program and include the following details:
When you appear for your visa interview, you will need to be prepared to explain the organization, your membership, the proposed volunteer work in the U.S., and for how long you plan to stay. The consular officer may have questions, so you will need to be ready to provide any requested information.After the visa interview, you should receive your passport back with the visa in a few days or weeks. The processing time will depend upon the particular consulate's workload.
When the Customs and Border Protection officer greets you and reviews your passport and visa, you will receive a stamp in your passport that notes the date you arrived, your visa class (B-1 visitor), and how long you may remain. With a B-1 visa, you should receive a period of stay of up to one year. If you receive a shorter period, or if your volunteer program will last longer than the authorized stay noted in your passport, you can later submit an application later (Form I-539), with filing fee and supporting documents, to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to extend your stay.You will need to provide an updated letter from the organization, similar to the one you used to apply for the visa, copies of your passport (including the photo and visa pages), I-94 Departure Record (which you can obtain at the CBP website), and evidence of how you are supporting yourself while in the United States--without working here.You may request extensions in periods of up to six months. Based on USCIS's published guidelines, the possibility exists that this agency may take a more restrictive approach than the State Department does, and grant extensions only if you're volunteering for a religious organization. Therefore, if you're volunteering for a non-religious organization (a charitable nonprofit), it would be an excellent idea to talk to an immigration lawyer to evaluate your options.
We have several membership programs to help you get started:
1. 10 Year Platinum Membership. (Recommended) because it allows us the opportunity to hire a top lawyer to begin the process in the United States. This membership will allow 5 additional people of your choice to receive a membership. The cost of this membership is 5 Million U.S. dollars $(5,000,000.00 U.S.).
2. 5 Year Gold Membership. (Do not come with a lawyer) to navigate the membership process. This membership will allow 3 additional people of your choice to receive a membership. The cost of this membership is 1 Million U.S. dollars ($1,000,000.00 U.S.).
3. 3 Year Silver Membership. (Do not come with a lawyer) to navigate the membership process. This membership will allow 1 additional person of your choice to receive a membership. The cost of this membership is 500 thousand U.S. dollars ($500,000.00 U.S.).
4. 1 Year Coper Membership. (Do not come with a lawyer) to navigate the membership process. This membership (do not) allow any additional people of your choice to receive a membership. The cost of this membership is 250 thousand U.S. dollars ($250,000.00 U.S.).
Opulent Philanthropy Inc. Membership Agreement/ Application For Volunteer Program
501 c3 Charity Tax Exempt #45-3088713
This Membership Agreement, when signed by the applicant and accepted by [Opulent Philanthropy Inc.] constitutes a binding contract between [Opulent Philanthropy Inc.] and the individual or entity executing the signature page of this Agreement. Membership rights, privileges and obligations commence when the Agreement is signed by both parties as of [Agreement. Date].
Service Program For B-1 Visa
Volunteers: Volunteers are needed to help with disaster relief in the U.S. The U.S. has been experiencing extreme hurricanes, tornadoes, flooding and wildfires. We need volunteers to:
(a) Answer phones;
(b) respond to emails and social media;
(c) deliver food to shelters,
(d) deliver water to shelters;
(e) assisting disaster victims with available shelter provided by [Opulent Philanthropy Inc].
(F) Members must complete minimum 20-hour work week.
Any and all membership privileges obtained through this membership agreement may be revoked or changed at any time with prior notice to member.
At any point during this contract the Member may not change their membership titles with [Opulent Philanthropy]. If costs increase occurs after one-year member will be responsible for costs occurred.
Member agrees they meet all membership requirements and will notify company if any requirements are not met during the time of the agreement term.
Clients information will be documented as below but may be updated or changed at any point of agreement term. Please fill out your information below:
Client. First. Name: _________________________________________
Client. Middle Name:________________________________________
Client. Last. Name: _________________________________________
Client. Phone: _____________________________________________
Client. Date Of Birth: ________________________________________
Client. Birthplace: ______________________________________________
Identification Number: __________________________
Client. Permanent Residence Address: ____________________________________________
Membership/ Term/ and Termination
Membership fees are due every _____________year(s) on the contract agreement date below.
This membership is good for ____________ year(s). This agreement shall remain in effect until one or more of the following occur:
Member fails to meet any requirements of membership.
Agreement term lapses without further terms or agreements added.
Company files for bankruptcy or ceases to do business.
Except under extenuating circumstances, any and all communications regarding this contract shall be delivered ether personally or by for of certified letter to [Opulent Philanthropy Inc.]. All member notices will be delivered by forms deemed necessary by [Opulent Philanthropy Inc.]
Without prior written approval no portion of this contract may be transferred or sold to any party not participating in this membership agreement.
No warranties are given or implied by this membership agreement.
There is a 33% charge on all payments. You may receive a refund if your B-1 Visa is denied of the remaining 67%. If any of the members you chose to enter the United States through the membership you pay for (you may not receive a refund) if you are denied.
Effectiveness and Interpretation of Agreement
Any and all legal proceedings sustained from this agreement shall be set in the jurisdiction of [Opulent Philanthropy Inc. Houston, Texas] as agreed between parties. This membership agreement sets forth the entire understanding of above-mentioned agreement and unless otherwise stated is not inclusive of any oral or prior written agreements. Any modifications or changes to this agreement must be in written form and signed by both parties.
Sign/ Date/ Return with Payment
Signatures below serve as a complete understanding and agreement to all terms and statements above.
Member Name: ________________________________________________
CEO- Chairman Name: Ronald Dewitt
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