Immigrant visas for hospitals and healthcare facilities
In your hospital, nursing home or healthcare agency, the medical professionals who care for patients are your most valuable asset. Is a shortage of talent of concern to you? Let us help you bring qualified employees for your immediate needs.
We assist your healthcare facility and healthcare professionals with:
We have assisted healthcare facilities, nursing homes, and hospitals across the Midwest and throughout the United States employ nurses from around the globe, including the Philippines, India, and other countries such as Canada, Ireland, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Poland and India.
The shortage of qualified nurses in many regions of the United States led to the creation of the H-1C visa for medical professionals. This program, which expired in December of 2009, is presently being reviewed by the U.S. Congress for the purpose of being reinstated.
Schedule A Petitions for Registered Nurses and Physical Therapists
Do you know that Registered Nurses (RNs) together with physical therapists are listed as shortage, or “Schedule A”, occupations?
Are you seeking physicians for under served areas in your state? Many health-care specialists including physicians enter the country through J-1 visas. Learn More About J-1 Visas and Physician National Interest Waivers.
If you are seeking to employ and sponsor a physician for permanent residency status, we can assist you throughout this process. Learn more about Labor Certification.
The immigration lawyers at the Shapiro Law Group have the skill, knowledge, and experience that is needed to effectively recruit foreign healthcare professionals and ensure that the proper immigration regulations are followed. Contact a healthcare visa lawyer online, or call us at (847) 564-0712.