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Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

Hi,

I have been offered a permanent position granting a GC.

I have trouble undertanding the process. I thought I would get a EB3 visa fiirst and then a GC but it is apparently NOT the case, as I would get a GC right.

Could someone explain the process and how much it would take to actually get to the US?

How much time will it approximatively take to actually be physically there?

The i-140 is in the process of being filed.

Thanks everyone!

loriangel14, RN

Specializes in Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative.

Depending on what country you are coming from it could take years to get a GC.

esipbisn

Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

France

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 33 years experience.

EB 3 is immigrant card category which is otherwise known as greencard.

Look up US visa bulletin and you can keep track on what current dates are. France would come under the category rest of the world

esipbisn

Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

Hi,

I've looked but I don't think it says much because I don''t know the processing time for the vermont service center. And I can't find their processing time online.

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 33 years experience.

doesn't matter which center you go to until your PD date becomes current your application will not move

esipbisn

Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

ok but your PD depends on when your application is approved right? Therefore if I knew the average processing time I'd have an idea of what the PD should be, wouldn't I?

meeky71

Specializes in emergency nursing. Has 19 years experience.

ok but your PD depends on when your application is approved right? Therefore if I knew the average processing time I'd have an idea of what the PD should be, wouldn't I?

Your PD is usually the date of filing of I140. You should get a receipt notice that will confirm that. Then as Silverdragon says have to wait until your PD is current before they start the processing. It is not a quick process.

esipbisn

Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

alright thanks

esipbisn

Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

Hi everyone,

So I am to receive the ETA 9089 soon to fill, sign and return to the employer.

I was wondering if there is any documents that I would need to give them along with that (like proof of present and previous employment as a RN )? Because I'd have to work on translating them and it would take a while.

Can anybody who has already been through that stage help me out please?

I was also wondering at which point in time/of the process should I provide them with documents such as birth certificates and police clearances ect?

Thanks

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 33 years experience.

Hi everyone,

So I am to receive the ETA 9089 soon to fill, sign and return to the employer.

I was wondering if there is any documents that I would need to give them along with that (like proof of present and previous employment as a RN )? Because I'd have to work on translating them and it would take a while.

Can anybody who has already been through that stage help me out please?

I was also wondering at which point in time/of the process should I provide them with documents such as birth certificates and police clearances ect?

Thanks

Until your pd is current it is not required to provide any info like that. The lawyer will let you know when they need the info

esipbisn

Specializes in Emergency Psych, ICU. Has 10 years experience.

Hi,

Does anyone know how long it takes for the ETA 9089 to be processed?