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