H-1C Visa Lawyer in New Jersey
Visas for Registered Nurses
Registered nurses from other countries can work in the United States under several employment visas. The H-1C Visa was established to provide medical workers in areas designated as lacking in health professionals. Currently, there are 500 visas approved per fiscal year.
Requirements for the H-1C Visa
The following are the requirements and conditions of the H-1C Visa:
- You have an unrestricted license issued in the country of residence or where the nursing education occurred
- You have passed an examination recognized by the Secretary of Health and Human Services
- The hospitals must have more than 190 beds and serve Medicare and Medicaid patients
- The applicant must work in one of the designated hospitals
- The visa expires after three years and is not extendable
- It may be possible to apply for a green card or an additional work visa
We Have Helped 10,000 Clients Facing Immigration Issues
Your case begins with an initial consultation. During a call or appointment with our team, we exhaustively review your immigration history to determine if you qualify for an H-1C visa. In the event that you do not qualify, we also review your family's immigration history to lay out all your visa options. No matter what path your case needs to take, our firm will find the best possible solution.
Since 1987, the Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett have helped over 10,000 individuals and organizations with their immigration issues. Our New Jersey immigration lawyers have the resources, skill, and experience to guide your visa application toward a successful resolution—keeping you informed and educated at every step. We promise to quickly address your questions and concerns and to immediately begin working on your case as soon as we're hired.
If you are considering working in the U.S. as a registered nurse, contact our New Jersey immigration lawyers today. Call (800) 909-8129 or contact us online for your initial consultation.
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