How does the process work?
I am sure you have found the five articles on how to recruit foreign nurses helpful, but you probably have many more questions. As always I encourage you to seek legal help once you begin the process.
But, Let me provide you with another overview of what to expect when you start the process.
The employer must submit an immigrant visa petition (Form I0140) to the office of the immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). The petition must be submitted specific to the state on intended employment.
Make sure to also include forms ETA-750A and B from the Labor Department. The petition must also include a fee. The process takes between 6 to 8 months.
The entire process can be complicated and may seem daunting and overwhelming for many new medical staffing agencies. The above information is not meant to be legal advice to the process of recruiting foreign nurses. The information allows for a broader overview of the process of recruiting foreign nurses.
Make sure you consult an attorney to cover all your legal requirement and documents, never move into this area without legal counsel as a legal disclaimer, I am not an attorney nor do I claim to be one.
Take advantage of the many free resources available to you online. You will find that these resources are so helpful in getting you informed and pointing you to the right direction. It may find that starting your nursing staffing agency may be best to initially start regionally, build revenue and then go after recruiting foreign nurses. I encourage anybody wanting to recruit foreign nurses to get started by first learning the business regionally and then moving into the foreign nursing recruiting.
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Roy Vera MBA, RT is an experienced medical staffing author, publisher and consultant. For more information visit us at http://www.vismedical.com