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How Long To Save $8,000 Before Moving To The Usa As An International Registered Nurse Or Medical Technologist
Planning your finances: how long does it take to save $8,000 before moving to the U.S.?

​Moving to the United States is an exciting endeavor, but it requires careful financial planning to ensure a smooth transition. We recommend that international registered nurses or medical technolo...

Guide To USA Public Transport For International Registered Nurses And Medical Technologists
A guide to public transport in the United States

​Public transportation in the United States offers plenty of options for travelers looking to navigate cities and regions efficiently and affordably. Wherever you choose to start your new life as a...

International Nurses Medical Technologists Understand Us Healthcare Contract Before Signing
Conexus MedStaff Location Spotlight for international RNs and medical technologists
Self Study English Language For International Registered Nurses And Medical Technologists
Renting vs buying a car: advice for international healthcare professionals in the United States
Pros and cons of renting vs. buying a car in the U.S.

​One of the biggest decisions you may face after moving to the United States as an international nurse or medical technologist is whether to rent or buy a car. While public transportation is genera...

Building a US credit history for international registered nurses and medical technologists
6 tips to build your U.S. credit history

​Moving to a new country as an international registered nurse or medical technologist can be an exhilarating yet challenging experience, especially when it comes to establishing financial stability...

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International nurses: Why you can trust us as a Green Card sponsor in the USA

​Like us, other agencies know what’s involved with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and I-140 petitions that lead to Green Card decisions for international nurses who want to work in t...

Is a career as a nurse or medical technologist in the USA right for you
Save money before your U.S. move - international healthcare professionals
How to save money before moving to the U.S.

​Starting a new career as an international healthcare professional in the U.S. is an exciting experience, but moving to a new country can be overwhelming and expensive. As a registered nurse or med...

USA international nurses and medical technologists: can my spouse work on my visa?
Can my spouse work on my U.S. visa?

​One of the common concerns for international healthcare professionals, such as registered nurses and medical technologists, residing in the United States on H-1B or EB-3 visas is whether their spo...

International healthcare professionals - settle into your new home in the USA
Moving abroad: managing the emotional rollercoaster

​Welcome to the United States! Relocating to a new country, particularly one with a distinct culture like the U.S., can be an exciting yet challenging experience. As an international healthcare pro...

Guide to USA school system for international healthcare professionals
Understanding the U.S. school system for international healthcare professionals

​Starting a new career as an international healthcare professional in the U.S. can be life-changing for you and your family. One crucial aspect of settling into a new country, especially for your c...

Free Things To Do With Friends And Family In The U
Budget-friendly things to do with your friends and family in the U.S.

​Moving to the United States and starting your career as a healthcare professional can be an exciting time. As you continue to build your career, you’ll want to remember to take some time to enjoy ...

Helping Family Settle
Helping your family settle into life in the United States

​Moving to a new country, especially with family, can be difficult. While we try to make everything as easy as possible for our healthcare professionals who move to the U.S., there are things you c...

Cultural Differences
Budgeting For Move
Budgeting for your move to the U.S.: A guide for international healthcare professionals

​​Planning to make a move to the United States as a healthcare professional is an exciting and potentially life-changing decision. However, it's no secret that moving across the world can come with...

Filipino Registered Nurse starts new life in United States with Conexus MedStaff
​Pearl’s story: from Oman to West Virginia

Pearl, originally from the Philippines, was working as an Urgent Care nurse in Oman when she first heard about Conexus MedStaff. When the COVID-19 pandemic caused major changes at her hospital, Pea...

Hobbies for international healthcare professionals who want to meet new people after moving to the U.S.
Want to make new friends after moving country? Try out these social hobbies!

​Looking to make friends in your new community? Here’s some inspiration. Creating a positive balance between work, personal and social life is important for healthy, happy living. Your social circl...