There's no need to feel in the dark about your Visa and Immigration process for nursing jobs. As a Conexus MedStaff registered nurse, we will process and pay for your immigration visa, and provide guidance along the way.
Once you have successfully passed our application process, our experienced in-house immigration team, led by expert Veronica Sanchez, will handle the complete application for you, for no fee. Our in-house immigration team is available around the clock to guide and support all of our registered nurses through the immigration process.
From day one, you will be appointed a personal Case Manager who will guide you and inform you throughout your visa application process. From providing the latest information from USCIS and the Visa Bulletin, to getting you ready for your Immigrant Interview, we will work with you throughout the entire process, including guiding you through and helping you earn an active nursing license for when you arrive in the U.S.
Don't just take it from us, hear it from our candidates:
"Just trust the process and persevere"
"After I signed the contract, they kept on updating me with the process and were able to answer my queries all the time"
"The whole Conexus team was there to support me from step 1"
If there's one thing you can expect from us here at Conexus MedStaff, it's honesty. We know that the immigration process can seem long and confusing, especially when you are so excited about finally achieving your American Dream in the USA. That's why our aim is to keep you as updated as possible on the immigration process. After all, this is your American adventure! Our Immigration team uses state-of-the-art, award-winning Case Management system, LawLogix, which allows us to track each of our candidates' immigration cases at the click of a button. LawLogix also allows our candidates to check their own status too.
So what visa will we sponsor you on: the EB-3, the EB-2 or even the TN? Even if you are currently on a temporary visa in the USA like the F1, OPT or another visa that is eligible for Adjustment of Status (AOS), we will still sponsor you in your pursuit of a permanent visa to support you in your dream of living and working in the United States, even after you have completed your assignment with us.
To learn more about how to read and interprt the Visa Bulletin, here is a Conexus MedStaff Immigration webinar with one of our in-house immigration experts and a prominent immigration attorney answering visa questions for nurses.
Can't find what you're looking for or want a consultation with our Recruitment and Immigration teams? Apply with us today and we will point you in the right direction.