We provide legal services to those suffering religious discrimination, regardless of your religious belief or affiliation. We especially seek those willing to advance the law by making a long term commitment to engaging in trials and appeals. This is known as “impact litigation” because it helps to change, and hopefully strengthen the law.

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Immigration and Naturalization

The Seventh-day Adventist Church teaches its members not to bear arms in military service. When immigrants seek to obtain United States Citizenship, they are required to swear an oath, including a statement that they are willing to bear arms and serve in the defense of their new nation. Those who conscientiously object to bearing arms have been provided with an alternate oath so that they, too, can become citizens. Please CONTACT US directly regarding specific Religious Accommodation help or information.

We have prepared two documents useful for conscientious objectors: