As part of your healthcare journey in the USA with Conexus MedStaff, we will sponsor your immigrant visa for no fee. Our experienced, in-house immigration team are experts at what they do and will handle the full visa and immigration process for you. Using an award-winning, and state of the art Case Management System, our immigration team will support and update you every step of the way. Submit your application to work as a registered nurse in the U.S. from the Philippines.
The EB-3 and EB-2 Visa
For registered nurses from the Philippines, Conexus will pursue your EB-3 or EB-2 visa so that you can live and work in the USA. Our office in the Philippines will be able to tell you which visa is the right one for you, so get in touch for a consultation.
Both visas are permanent residency visas meaning that you can remain living and working in the USA indefinitely – even after you have completed your contract with us. Another thing is that that we don’t just offer visa sponsorship for new candidates, here at Conexus we can also help registered nurses who have been abandoned by a previous sponsor.
If you are a Registered Nurse who meets the requirements, we can sponsor you on the EB-3 (Permanent Residency) visa.
The EB-3 and the EB-2 visa bring more security for families looking to set up home in the USA. A major perk is that the spouse and dependent children of a healthcare professional on the EB-3 or EB-2 visa, will be able to work and attend school in the USA allowing you all to start building solid foundations for your future in the USA.
What is the processing time?
The processing time for the EB-3 and the EB-2 visa can vary month to month based on the Visa Bulletin. Follow us on Facebook for the latest information from the U.S. Department of State – Bureau of Consular Affairs (USCIS).
To see what you can expect from moving as a registered nurse from the Philippines to the USA, we have plenty of options for you. Read about one of our Conexus nurse's, Racquel, a registered nurse from the Philippines who koined Conexus, or join our Facebook page to hear from other Filipino RNs.