Moreover, the House of Justice feels that there are number of cases in which Iranian Muslims could be considered for enrolment as Bahá’ís; for example, in cases where the Muslim spouse of a Bahá’í has shown his or her interest and sincerity and has never engaged in opposing the Cause. Another example is when an Iranian is a permanent resident of the United States or Canada and apparently has no ulterior motives, such as assuming Bahá’í membership to resolve his visa problems. Proposed enrollments should be referred to the House of Justice for approval so that, if necessary, the matter can be taken up with the Iranian National Assembly. Of course, even in the cases cited enrolment cannot always be immediately effected. Considerations must be given to other factors: the reaction of relatives in Iran could be explained to them that although they have accepted the Faith in their hearts and are regarded as Bahá’ís in belief, their enrolment must be postponed because of the situation in Iran. Meanwhile, the Bahá’ís should maintain friendly contacts with them, deepen them in their knowledge of the Faith.