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Assisting Recent Philippines Nursing School Graduates with Their American Dream

 

Do you aspire for more?


You recently graduated from a Philippines nursing school and aspire to someday work as a nurse in the USA. Despite your academic achievements and desire, agencies won’t assist you until you have a couple years of nursing experience and have passed the NCLEX, IELTS, or both. You wonder, if the nursing shortage in the USA is so bad why aren’t agencies of more assistance? You’re smart, motivated, and destined to be a great nurse!

PassportUSA’s Aspire program changes everything.

PassportUSA’s Aspire program changes everything.

Who is eligible for the Aspire program?


Entry into PassportUSA’s Aspire program is a reserved for nurses who have graduated from a Philippines nursing school in the past two years.

Get eligibility details.

No NCLEX. No IELTS. No problem!

(CGFNS Qualifying Exam passers may also qualify.)

How can the Aspire program benefit you?


No Addtiional Testing Required to Qualify. Agencies traditionally require candidates to have NCLEX, IELTS, a pending U.S. visa priority date, or a combination of the above before they will lift a finger to help them. Our Aspire program doesn’t require any of this to get started. Your exceptional nursing school or PRC board exam achievements are all that are required.

Express Lane to the USA. We will file for your U.S. EB-3 visa as soon as you pass the NCLEX — neither IELTS or a VisaScreen are required at the time of filing. This alone can shave months to years off the time it takes to achieve your #AmericanDream.

Training and Coaching. You will have access to resources and people that will help you achieve milestones like NCLEX and IELTS.

Your exceptional nursing school or PRC board exam achievements are all that are required.

We will file for your U.S. EB-3 visa as soon as you pass the NCLEX.

(We also provide test prep support for NCLEX and IELTS throughout the process.)

How much does it cost?


Nothing. PassportUSA has never charged a health care professional a fee for its services; rather, we reimburse nurses for many of the costs they incur in preparing to come to the USA. In fact, we provide many free training resources.

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