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Philippines EB-3 Visa Will Become Current in July

By Tracy Drake | May 21, 2019
Philippines EB-3 Visa Will Become Current in July

Excellent news for Filipino nurses! Charlie Oppenheim of the U.S. Department of State has announced that the EB-3 category for Filipino nurses and other professionals will become current in July 2019 and will stay current all summer long. During the past couple of years, the waiting time for EB-3 has shrunk from 7 years to…

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Five Nurse Staffing Challenges to Watch in 2019

By Ron Hoppe | Mar 4, 2019
Five Nurse Staffing Challenges to Watch in 2019

The U.S. nursing shortage is having an immense impact on the medical field. But what’s causing the disparity between available jobs and qualified nurses in the U.S.? WorldWide HealthStaff Solutions has been helping hospitals and healthcare employers hire qualified international nurses for over 20 years, and we understand the underlying issues that contribute to this staffing shortage.…

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DACA Deadline May Be Obsolete, but Uncertainty Is Increasing For Dreamers

By Ron Hoppe | Mar 6, 2018
DACA Deadline May Be Obsolete, but Uncertainty Is Increasing For Dreamers

The original date the Trump administration set for the expiration of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was March 5th, 2018. However, legal challenges and congressional inaction have delayed the end of the program, but it has not brought any relief to the nearly 800,000 Dreamers, the immigrants who are currently shielded from…

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What If the Nursing Shortage Is Not a Recruitment Issue?

By Ron Hoppe | Jan 17, 2018
What If the Nursing Shortage Is Not a Recruitment Issue?

Healthcare employers are confronted by an increasing shortage of experienced RNs. Recruiters, Talent Acquisition and HR professionals are using more sophisticated recruitment tactics and technology, investing more resources than ever before and yet desired outcomes are not being achieved. Even worse, most recruitment results in qualified applicants simply moving between employers to cash in on…

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USCIS Puts American Workers First

By Ron Hoppe | May 10, 2017
USCIS Puts American Workers First

The USCIS has announced when making site visits to H-1B petitioners and the worksites of H-1B employees they will focus on: • Validating employer business information;• Ratio of H-1B workers as compared to U.S. workers; and• Employers with H-1B workers working off-site at another company or location. The intention is to identify employers who are…

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