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  1. Hello,

    I am a student Nurse and i will be graduating in July.I am moving to NY to join my husband.I am looking for a good hospital to work in NY with good benefits and good pay who will also file green card for me as i currently have an F1 visa.Please i will appreciate it if the information include starting hourly rate and yearly salary.I also need a place with a good working environment that invest in their graduate nurses.A response will be greatly appreciated.
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  2. 10 Comments

  3. by   Tranquility
    What part of NY are you moving to?
  4. by   ekiosaghae
    Thanks for the response.I will be moving to New york city.So anywhere that includes queens,brooklyn,long island,bronx will be fine.
  5. by   Sammi15
    Similar question was posted before and someone indicated that it's extremely difficult to get hospital to sponsor for green card these day. On the other hand, don't give up and keep searching. I'm sure there will be some hospitals or nursing homes that are willing to sponsor green card.

    Few years ago (2005), one of my co-worker from China has no green card but only a visiting visa and took the NCLEX and passed. She found a nursing home that will sponsor her but she must signs a 5-years contact with low pay. She seem very hesitated to accept the job offer.

    Good luck to your search!!!

    Sammi
  6. by   KellNY
    Whoa--I wouldn't say that you're moving to NYC, but that "long Island will be fine", because there are parts of long island that will be about a 3-4 hour drive to NYC. So unless you're willing to commute 6-8 hours each day, I'd check out a map and see where you'd be willing to travel.
  7. by   zahryia
    Quote from KellNY
    Whoa--I wouldn't say that you're moving to NYC, but that "long Island will be fine", because there are parts of long island that will be about a 3-4 hour drive to NYC. So unless you're willing to commute 6-8 hours each day, I'd check out a map and see where you'd be willing to travel.
    [FONT="Comic Sans MS"]I think that goes without saying. She said she's moving to the NYC area, so I'm not sure why someone would recommend a hospital in the Hamptons. As for distance, it's a concern if you're going from borough to borough as well. I personally wouldn't work in the Bronx if I lived in Brooklyn.
  8. by   ekiosaghae
    Thanks for the response.I dont care about the location as long as the hospital file green card for me.Even if i have to travel 2 hours.
  9. by   KellNY
    Quote from zahryia
    I think that goes without saying. She said she's moving to the NYC area, so I'm not sure why someone would recommend a hospital in the Hamptons.
    No, it doesn't really go without saying, because while we might not recomend Southampton Hospital, the poster-who doesn't seem to know much about the area--may find a posting on Monster dotcom or some other search engine, see that it's on Long Island and think nothing of the distance.

    ekio-before you say that it doesn't matter, please make sure you figure what it will cost to drive (as train service can be spotty heading against the rush, and bus service practically nonexistant), as well as live. NYC tends to have a higher cost of living, while the island hospitals tend to pay less. Most NYers who commute live on the island and commute to the city to take advantage of this. Where in NYC are you moving, as there are 5 boroughs with different issues, pros and cons for each?
    Last edit by KellNY on Jan 23, '07
  10. by   zahryia
    Quote from KellNY
    No, it doesn't really go without saying, because while we might not recomend Southampton Hospital, the poster-who doesn't seem to know much about the area--may find a posting on Monster dotcom or some other search engine, see that it's on Long Island and think nothing of the distance.

    ekio-before you say that it doesn't matter, please make sure you figure what it will cost to drive (as train service can be spotty heading against the rush, and bus service practically nonexistant), as well as live. NYC tends to have a higher cost of living, while the island hospitals tend to pay more. Most NYers who commute live on the island and commute to the city to take advantage of this. Where in NYC are you moving, as there are 5 boroughs with different issues, pros and cons for each?
    [FONT="Comic Sans MS"]In this day and age, I don't know why someone wouldn't do a simple MapQuest and figure it out. But that's neither here or there.

    In the bolded part, did you mean the Island hospitals tend to pay less?
  11. by   KellNY
    Oops! Yes. Thanks.
  12. by   ekiosaghae
    Hi,
    I will be moving to queens NY,about 3 minutes from JFK

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