Great job opportunities for Nurses, Physical/Occupational Therapists, Family Physicians/GPs, Medical Technologists to work at major renowned hospitals in United States on Green Cards.

Nursing shortages threaten healthcare delivery – USA will be facing deficit of 1.2 Million Nurses by 2030.

Registered nurses in the U.S. make an average of $82,750 annually, and nurses in nearly every state make more than the mean annual wage from a year prior, according to the latest data released March 31 by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.



Nurses in California earn the highest average salary of all U.S. nurses at $124,000. Hawaii is second at $106,530, followed by Oregon at $98,630.

President’s Executive Order of April 2020 banning legal immigration ban thru March 31, 2021 EXPIRED now, therefore, the issuance of H-1B, H-2B, L-1, J-1, H-4, L-2, and J-2 visas and Immigrant Visa (green cards) started at US Embassies and Consulates for entry to the US and to live & work in United States.

All consular processed cases falling under the criteria of PP 10052 have now resumed processing. Any visa applicant previously refused a visa due to PP 10052 or visa expired must reapply with a new application and new fees.

US Citizenship Act of 2021: The Impact on Legal Immigration
Employment-Based Green Cards:

The US Citizenship Act of 2021 will increase the number of people that are eligible to acquire green cards via their employment. It also helps in ridding the existing per-country quotas. Furthermore, the bill prevents children from becoming too old to receive a green card while waiting for the priority dates to change to current.
Already on 4th June 2021 legislation has been introduced in the US House of Representatives to eliminate the per country cap on employment-based Green Card, a move which is likely to benefit all those workers with “SPECIALTY OCCUPATION” mostly Indians languishing over decades of waiting for the Permanent Resident Card.

The US Citizenship Act of 2021 will increase the number of people that are eligible to acquire green cards via their employment. It also helps in ridding the existing per-country quotas. Furthermore, the bill prevents children from becoming too old to receive a green card while waiting for the priority dates to change to current.

Here are some important details about this category of the bill.

• There will be an increase from 140,000 in the total number of available green cards in the Employment-based categories to 170,000 annually. Moreover, there would be an increase of EB-3 green cards by 30,000 in the unskilled worker category.

• There would be exemptions from numerical limits for Ph.D. degree holders from universities in the United States in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM fields).

• There would be no numerical limits for those people that have an approved visa petition but have been for more than 10 years for the priority date to change to current. Therefore, people in such situations could apply for green cards right away. When the US Citizenship Act of 2021 is signed into law, this condition would be effective 60 days after being signed.

• As of October 1, 2021, there will no longer be a 7% per-country quota.

• Spouses and children would not be counted against green card numerical limits anymore after this bill is signed into law.

• Employment-based green cards that were not used between 1992 and 2020 would be accepted into the system again. There is an estimation that there are more than 200,000 such green cards.

• DHS would be able to create a 5-year pilot program that allows municipal executives or county executives to petition for a maximum of 10,000 immigrant visas every year. This would be done to support the economic development strategies of the respective regions. Employers would have to certify that there are jobs available for the immigrants as there are no workers in the US there to perform said jobs.

• DOL and DHS would be able to issue regulations to stop issuing EB2 and EB3 green cards temporarily in regions that have high unemployment.

US Visa, Visa-Screen, NCLEX-RN, IELTS and US Nursing License exam preparations, assistance & support offered. You will come to the US on an EB-3 visa, which is a “green card” or permanent resident visa. We also arrange work visa while your EB-3 are in process and/or waiting for EB-3 & EB-2 dates get current. We have combined forces to bring you more outstanding opportunities and benefits.

Thousands of Foreign Nationals Can Take Advantage of Advanced Priority Dates & File for Green Cards in April onward. April 2022 Visa Bulletin significantly advanced the availability of green cards for most categories, allowing thousands of foreign nationals to file their last step in the green card process. Both the Philippines and Worldwide (All Other) EB-3 have become current after fifteen years. We expect these categories to stay current for the foreseeable future. April 2022 Visa Bulletin shows increased Availability of Employment-Based Green Cards for India and China.

USA will give 25,000 Green Cards for Nurses and 10,000 Green Cards for Doctors. Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act has been reintroduced into Congress. The HWRA is smart, positive legislation that will increase the supply of nurses and doctors into the US. These two occupations are among the shortest supplied occupations by US workers. Once the HWRA becomes law, all nurses and doctors whose visa applications are currently retrogressed immediately become current. Likewise, any nurse or doctor whose I-140 is filed before 90 days after the expiration of the President’s Emergency Declaration is also expected to have a retrogression-free visa, although there is an overall quota of 25,000 visas for RNs and 15,000 visas for MDs.

Nurses in the USA enjoy a high degree of responsibility and are protected at work from mistreatment from co-workers, doctors, and patients. In short, they are given the respect they deserve. Further, they are given a fair caseload of patients and are paid a higher wage if they work extra hours. If this sounds like the type of nursing environment that suits you then America awaits.

Back in September 2015, the wait for an RN born in the Philippines to get a green card in the U.S. was more than 10 years. Now, in October 2020 to May 2022, EB-3 Philippines have become current after fifteen years that means no more waiting time required. This news is especially good for registered nurses since health care employers in the U.S. can sponsor RNs for green cards without going through the months-long PERM process. Other Filipino professionals will also benefit from the EB-3 category becoming current including (but not limited to) Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapist, Clinical Laboratory Technologists, Licensed Vocational Nurses, and Many More Occupations!!!

We are seeking Nurses for all specialties and other healthcare workers for our major hospitals to long-term care facilities, skilled nursing homes in United States. We are a nationally recognized, full-service US based Healthcare Management & Operations Group engaged in operations and management of hospitals, healthcare facilities & skilled nursing facilities across United States. We operate nationwide and recruit and hire nurses, doctors, pharmacists, PTs/OTs, Medical Technologists/Scientists and other healthcare professionals for placement at positions that fits their interests, credentials, experience, and career aspirations.


Nurses must have ability to work as a fully supporting member of the health care team. Applicants must hold current RN registration with relevant clinical experience. They must have passed or have the ability to pass US licensing exam NCLEX-RN. We are also hiring Physical Therapists / Occupational Therapists, Med Technologists and other healthcare professionals. Currently we have all shifts available on permanent, contract and Per Diem basis.

Successful applicants will:
• Have a minimum of 2-3 years of current post graduate experience and may have completed additional post graduate courses.
• Preference will be given to those nurses who already have the NCLEX-RN but we also offer a full NCLEX review and exam preparations therefore, non NCLEX passer having required clinical skills can also apply
• Have a Bachelor’s Degree and meet the hours’ requirements for US licensure. (Nursing Diploma holders having required clinical skills also accepted)
RN (with or without Visa-Screen) but we are also offering Visa-Screen assistance.

We offer both Immigrant Visa, and cap-exempt & cap-subject work visas, OPT work authorization and other non-immigrant work visas for approved Nurses & other healthcare workers. We also petition non-immigrant work visas to bring nurses in shorter period of time while their immigrant visas will be in process and one of the great things about a work visa, EB-3, EB-2 is that your spouse can travel with you and work here in the US!

For Australian citizens E-3 visa is available and applicants can accompany their spouse while traveling to United States and their spouse can also work in United States. Canadian & Mexican nurses can work on TN visa valid upto three years while processing their EB-3 immigrant visa (green card status). They are eligible for a NAFTA-based visa if they are one of the following professions: RNs, RNPs, PTs, OTs, or Medical Technologists.

If you have a green card application and need a sponsor, we can help you maintain your priority date and offer you a great career opportunity. Our Group is the leader in healthcare management & operations of hospitals and healthcare staffing & placement services in United States.

Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Family Physicians/GPs, Med Tech’s may submit CV with copies of credentials & a recent photo:
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No NCLEX No Problem
If you have the required clinical skills but have not yet passed NCLEX or IELTS, you can be selected for these positions provided you are committed to writing the NCLEX exam within one year while working on Limited Permit in USA after credentials evaluation and acceptance subject to credentials evaluation and acceptance for NCLEX-RN exam.

We are an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants are considered for employment regardless of age, race, gender, religion, national origin, disability, marital status or any other factor prohibited by law.