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< Back to current issue of Immigration Daily < Back to current issue of Immigrant's Weekly

ILW.COM Announces a New Seminar on Immigration and Health Care Issues

The topics covered will be as follows:

FIRST Phone Session on April 24: How to Immigrate as a Physician

  1. Credentialling and licensing: What does it take to be a US doctor?
  2. (ECFMG, residuary, USMLE)
  3. Entering to get credentialed
  4. F Visa - study centers
  5. J Visa - how to get it (no more researcher to doctor switch)
  6. H Visa - What's really required to be an H-1B resident
  7. O Visa Can it work for a "training" position?
  8. Permanent Residence Options (or, I've got my license, now what?)
  9. Labor Cert
  10. NIW for Underserved area
  11. EB-1 or NIW for high-level clinicians
SECOND Phone Session on May 24: 212(e) Waivers for Doctors
  1. What's a HPSA, anyway, and how do I find out if my job is in one?
  2. Which federal government agencies sponsor waiters?
  3. I'm a specialist, where can I go?
  4. State 20 programs
  5. Waiver procedures - nuts and bolts
  6. Interaction of J waiver and NIW for underserved areas
THIRD Phone Session on June 24: Allied Health Care Workers
  1. Nurses - the "straight to green card" option
  2. Nurses for shortage areas (or, does H-1C really work?)
  3. Dentists, chiropractors and others called "Doctor"
  4. PTs, OTs, and other therapists
  5. Medical technologists
  6. Credentialling and licensing issues
  7. Specialty occupation issues for allied health professionals
  8. What's this "Visa Screen" anyway?
  9. Permanent Residence issues and options
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