Having a nursing degree is one of the best tools available to someone that wants to immigrate to the United States. There is a notable shortage of nurses in Scottsdale and throughout the country, and the federal government provides visa options for nurses ready to fill that need.
Of course, the process of securing a visa and becoming a lawful resident in the U.S. is not always easy. There are many different visa programs to choose from. Many nurses pursue an EB3 visa, which often has the longest wait time. There are also H1-B visas for nurses with advanced degrees and TN visas for nurses that are from Canada or Mexico.
Ultimately, our team of attorneys can review your qualifications and make sure you apply for the appropriate visa program. With our help, you could complete the application and provide all of the supporting documentation necessary.
These visa programs are not for everyone, however. In addition to a nursing degree, you will need at least one year of bedside experience. You will also need to have completed and passed the NCLEX-RN.
Once the team at Diamondback Legal confirms you are eligible, we can help you with every aspect of the immigration process. Along the way, we will assign a staffing agent to make sure you have everything you need. Reach out today to learn more.