OK, I am honestly looking for opinions... I have been participating in our convention's Hispanic Ministries for a couple months now. Most of the Hispanics here are from PR and therefore are legal... But I have been wondering "what if?" I have a feeling our church will be getting some Hispanics coming to it in a few months.. And suppose one comes, gets saved, and we find out they are illegally here. What am I to do? What resources can I use to help them gain US Citizenship. I really need to educate myself on immigration laws. I see that now. But what would you do? Would you deny church membership to someone who is not in the US legally? My first inclination is to deny them... based on them not obeying the laws of the land... BUT... no where in the Bible is American Citizenship required for Heavenly Citizenship. I am hoping some of you wiser pastors can give me some advice. Maybe some of you from heavily Hispanic areas. I don't have this problem now, but I want to stay ahead of the game. Thanks in advance.