In this paper, we report the MBE growth of high nitrogen content lattice-matched InAs1−xNx (x=0.38) single crystal epitaxial films on GaAs. The nitrogen incorporation is about an order higher than previously reported on other mixed group V nitride alloys. These data are consistent with a nitrogen solubility limit calculation in various III-V binary alloys, which predicts orders of magnitude higher nitrogen incorporation in InAs than any other alloys. InAsN growths were obtained using a modified ECR-MBE system with atomic-nitrogen generated by an ECR plasma source. Improved crystal quality was obtained using a “template” growth technique. An x-ray linewidth of 270 arc-s was achieved on a 0.4 μm thick InAs0.62N0.38/GaAs multi-layer structure. Hall effect data show these InAsN films are semi-metallic.