For many people, the ultimate dream is to be able to live and work in the United States. If you have a nursing degree, that dream could become a reality. The team at Diamondback Legal is ready to help you navigate the visa process that has led thousands of nurses to become lawful permanent residents in this country.
There is a substantial need for nurses in the U.S., but that does not mean the process is easy. Without the guidance of immigration lawyers for nurses in Glendale, you might find yourself tripped up in complex legal issues. Any delay during this process could put your chances of securing a visa at risk.
The first thing our firm can do for you is to ensure you apply for the appropriate visa program. Most nurses file for an EB3 visa. While this option is available to most applicants, there are other programs that can take less time. They include the TN visa which is reserved for Canadian and Mexican residents as well as the H1-B visa which is used for nurses with advanced degrees.
Before we can help, you will need to meet some minimum qualifications. In addition to your nursing degree, you will also need to have taken and passed the NCLEX-RN exam. You will also need at least a full year of bedside experience as a nurse. Reach out to Diamondback Legal today to learn more.