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  1. pchan

    Some thoughts on getting a H-1 visa

    You are entitled to your own opinion, but I'm just stating what the law says.
  2. pchan

    Some thoughts on getting a H-1 visa

    Your point is well taken. I'm just stating the law. In reality, I've seen MD/BSN being sponsored because of their knowledge and skills.
  3. pchan

    Some thoughts on getting a H-1 visa

    Someone asked me if new BSN grads can get H-1B visas. The answer is yes. The H-1B regulations only require that the position requires at a minimum a bachelor's degree. If the employer is willing to offer the qualifying position, the visa will be approved.
  4. pchan

    Some thoughts on getting a H-1 visa

    I help nurses get their H-1B visas.
  5. I would like to share my thoughts on how to go about getting a H-1B visa for a BSN graduate. As you know, there is an abundance of ADN graduates in the US, many of whom are still looking for work. There are, however, higher level administrative, managerial and specialty positions that cannot be filled by the recent ADN graduates. I have found that the chances of getting a sponsor is much better if the nurse interviews personally with the sponsor. Home health agencies are often an overlooked source of employment in the US. For those of you who are waiting for the next round of H-1B visas, I suggest you enroll in an MSN program. Having an MSN degree would qualify you for the EB2 category which presently has no retrogression.
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