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Tag: registered nurses

  • Adjudication of H-1B Petitions for Nurses

    The most up to date U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) policy memo on the adjudication of H-1B petitions for nursing position was issued in 2015, making it still applicable today. Its purpose was to assist USCIS officers in deciding whether or not a nursing position meets the definition of a specialty occupation.  H-1B Specialty […]
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  • Schedule A Green Card for Nurses

    Partner Jennifer Behm talks about Schedule A green cards for nurses. Watch the video below and you may also want to check out our post on Nurses and Physical Therapists: A Fast Track to an Employment-based Green Card. If you have any questions, contact Berardi Immigration Law today. We would love to hear from you.
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  • Everything You Need to Know About VisaScreen Certificates

    VisaScreen, also known as the Visa Credentials Assessment Service, is a comprehensive screening service used for foreign healthcare professionals who are seeking occupational visas in order to work in the United States. Upon completion and approval of an applicant’s VisaScreen, they will receive an official ICHP Certificate, satisfying the U.S. Federal screening requirements that certain […]
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  • TN Spotlight: Registered Nurse

    The TN category permits citizens of Canada and Mexico to enter the U.S. to provide prearranged professional services to a U.S. entity. Under current regulations, there are 63 professional occupations under which an individual may qualify. One such occupation is a Registered Nurse. How to Qualify for TN Status as a Registered Nurse To qualify for TN […]
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  • TN Solution for Healthcare Industries

    There are various visa and employment authorization options available for healthcare professionals wishing to gain employment in the United States. For Canadian and Mexican applicants, the the North American Free Trade Agreement...
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