My wife and I are currently undergoing a local Reform/Conservative approved class and conversion. We have previously been through an Orthodox conversion class for nearly a year but were ultimately rejected because we could not move into an Eruv of an Ultra-Orthodox shul and participate there daily. I say this because where i live there is only ultra liberal Reform Jews and Ultra-Orthodox communities, no one i have found is what most people would say are more Modern Orthodox. The Rabbis after 6 months of communication flat out said we are not welcome in their community at their classes or in their shul. So we are taking the Reform/Conservative route because it is literally our only option. I have tried talking with neighboring Rabbinical councils and they say only one Rabbi can convert us and that is the one that told us not to come into their community.
We are not only currently Torah observant for over a year, but also have Jewish ancestry from Schoen Metz and Meier along the rhineland. Although i am very upset at what i have come across so far, i know i am in an ultra liberal part of the country. Can someone more connected to traditional Judaism help guide us in education for conversion because the classes we are taking now treat Torah very lightly and frankly it upsets me.