RN Sponsorship (H1B/Green Card) - page 2

by BSN.RN.MS-HCA

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Hello, I am an internationally educated nurse with a RN/RM license to practice in my country and a RN license for the state of California. Currently I am on Student visa (F1) in US. I need a job and sponsorship for H1B or... Read More


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    You only need a BSN if going the H1b route. It is not required for ADN however not always accepted in other countries if looking at working outside the US whilst waiting for GC to be processed
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    Well, I have an ADN and I am currently working as a RN here in the states. What I meant to say is that do I have to go back to school to get my BSN then be sponsored for the EB3 or I can be sponsored with just an ADN degree?
    Thank you very much for the patience and the help
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    You do not need BSN for sponsorship for GC
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    Thanks alot
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    About the only thing I think you'd have a shot at in California is for a position that mandates a native-speaker/native-culture person.

    Otherwise, I'll guarantee you that there's a citizen or legal, permanent resident who's qualified for the job (unless the hospital is playing loose w/ the rules).
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    Hello,

    Do u mind telling me the name of the hospital that sponsored ur frnd? I am located in Texas and am trying to find a sponsor too...ur help will be appreciated.
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    I have a question about the Eb3. Is this Eb3 process competitive like H1b? How often are applicants denied for this visa (Eb3)?
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    Quote from xdelta
    I have a question about the Eb3. Is this Eb3 process competitive like H1b? How often are applicants denied for this visa (Eb3)?
    EB3 is immigrant visa. And with the current 6 plus wait the difficulty is similar to H1b and finding a employer


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