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Priority Dates - what international healthcare professionals need to know
Priority Dates: what international healthcare professionals need to know

​Priority Dates are a critical aspect of the United States immigration system. They are used to determine when a petition for residency or citizenship – that we submit on behalf of our Conexus MedS...

Learn how to overcome homesickness as an international healthcare professional working in the U.S.
From homesick to happy: practical advice for international healthcare professionals

​Being an international healthcare professional can be an incredible journey filled with learning, growth, and rewarding experiences. However, being far away from home and loved ones can also lead ...

Get your USA nursing career off to a great start with our help.
Embracing independence: tips for international nursing graduates on F1 visas

​Have you thought about life after graduation yet? As an international nursing student studying in the U.S. on an F1 visa, it may be the case that you haven’t yet experienced what it’s like to live...

Jo Eastwick: helping international healthcare professionals make the move to the U.S.
Conexus team spotlight: Jo Eastwick

​We have a fantastic team of people at Conexus MedStaff! Whether we’re working behind the scenes, over the phone or face-to-face with our nurses and medical technologists, we all have one thing in ...

U.S. cost of living comparison for international healthcare professionals - Nashville vs Johnson City
Cost of living comparison: Nashville vs. Johnson City, Tennessee

​Choosing where to work and live in the U.S. is a big decision. We’re here to help guide you through the process of selecting where to set down roots, so that you can get off to the best possible s...

Live the American dream as a family when you deploy to the U.S. as an international healthcare professional with Conexus MedStaff
Charlotte Spotlight
Location Spotlight: Charlotte, North Carolina, and its Surrounding Suburbs

​When moving to the U.S. to pursue a career, international healthcare professionals often have strong and distinct preferences of location, especially if they move with their family or on their own...

Multigenerational Teams
A guide to family decisions for international healthcare professionals in the U.S.
A guide to success: helping you and your family thrive during your journey as a healthcare professional in the U.S.

​If you’re considering starting a new career in the U.S. as a registered nurse or medical technologist, some of the most complex components of your decision to relocate will be related to your fami...

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Visa Bulletin Update: September 2023

​The U.S. Department of State has released the Visa Bulletin for the month of September 2023, and we’d like to shed light on the latest developments in the EB-3 visa category, specifically for app...

Importance of community for international healthcare professionals in the U.S.
Settling in the States: the importance of building a supportive community

​Building a community around you is crucial for your success, happiness, and overall well-being. It becomes even more important after moving country, whether you move on your own, with family or wi...

Master your interview as an international nurse starting a U.S. career
Mastering your interview: a guide for international nurses starting their U.S. nursing career

Starting a nursing career in the United States can be both exciting and challenging. One crucial aspect of this journey is mastering your interviews. In this blog, we will provide you with a compre...