How to Best Prepare for Your Immigrant Visa Interview

Going to your immigrant visa interview at a U.S. Embassy can be intimidating for many people, but there is no need to be anxious. Knowing what to expect can be extremely helpful in managing your feelings. Every experience is slightly different, and our experienced team works one-on-one with each candidate to fully prepare them. Here…

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U.S. Merit-Based Immigration Legislation Coming This September

President Trump confirmed that he will be introducing the largest legislative overhaul to the U.S. immigration system in almost 60 years this September. This is following a series of proclamations that the U.S. president has signed since the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States, including a temporary ban on U.S. green cards (healthcare workers are…

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COVID-19 Confirms Immigrants Are Vital to the Healthcare Workforce

According to the New American Economy Research Fund, states across the country have faced critical healthcare worker shortages for years, and the coronavirus pandemic has only exacerbated these needs. In 2015, there were about 10 open healthcare jobs for every unemployed worker in the United States. By 2018, even before the current outbreak, this number…

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Nurse Recruitment to the Gulf Region

Ultimately, the quality of care that a patient receives comes down to the caliber of the nursing professionals caring for them more so than the equipment and technology that a hospital may have. While technology reigns supreme, unfortunately, the human element is not always top priority for hospitals and healthcare facilities planning nurse recruitment to…

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Necessity is the Mother of Recruitment Innovation

I am still amazed at how in the matter of a few weeks, we went from record low unemployment to all-time record high unemployment insurance claims. I am also amazed at how in two- or three-months employers went from struggling to fill many types of positions to unprecedented layoffs. The lasting effects of the coronavirus…

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3 Things You Should Know Taking NCLEX During COVID-19

Are you a nurse planning on taking NCLEX during COVID-19? Changes brought by the pandemic have affected all aspects of peoples’ lives creating a new “normal”. The NCLEX-RN exam is not an exception. All registered nurses must pass the NCLEX-RN exam at an approved test location to work as a nurse in the United States.…

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5 Factors Impacting the Nursing Shortage

It is no secret that healthcare facilities have a high turnover rate for nursing staff and that there is also a nursing shortage for the increasing number of people who are in need of healthcare in the United States. As the baby boomer generation grows older and retires, their healthcare needs will continue to grow.…

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