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A Comprehensive Guide to Immigrating to the U.S. with Family

  • Publish Date: Posted about 2 months ago
  • Author:by Conexus MedStaff

Immigrating to the United States as an international registered nurse or medical technologist is a significant and life-changing decision, especially when you're moving with your family. In this article, we share more about the various aspects of immigrating to the U.S. with family and how you can ensure a smooth transition for you and your loved ones.

Understand your visa options

The first step in the immigration process is determining the most appropriate visa for your family. Common options include family-sponsored visas, employment-based visas, and diversity visas. Each category has specific eligibility criteria, and it's crucial to identify the one that aligns with your circumstances. The EB-3 visa is designed for professionals, skilled workers, and other workers with job offers from U.S. employers. A significant advantage of the EB-3 visa is that your spouse and unmarried children under 21 can accompany you, as the main visa holder, to the U.S., securing permanent residency status and a future for your whole family. 

The EB-3 visa process

Navigating the EB-3 visa process can be challenging due to the long processing time, which varies based on factors such as your country of origin and visa availability. At Conexus MedStaff, we recognize the importance of providing comprehensive support throughout the immigration process. Our expert immigration team is committed to assisting nurses, medical technologists, and their families throughout this journey. 

Immigrating to the U.S. with your family can be daunting, but partnering with knowledgeable immigration experts like Conexus MedStaff can ease the complexities, ensuring a smoother transition for you and your loved ones. We are committed to supporting healthcare professionals and their families by staying updated on immigration policies. We keep you informed, ensuring you're prepared for any changes that might affect your immigration status, giving you confidence as you navigate this process. To find out how we can help you in your U.S. journey, apply today