An amazing opportunity for aspiring US nurses in the UAE! PassportUSA is excited to be exhibiting at the October 2019 Patient Safety Dubai Event in the UAE. The conference takes place October 24-26 at the Le Méridien Hotel & Conference Centre, Dubai, UAE. Our President, Erik Schumann, will be speaking to nurses about our awarded PassportUSA program. In addition, our Senior Vice President, Katie Glaser, will be presenting on the topic of nursing in the USA. Not only will they be speaking, they will meet NCLEX-passed nurses for employment in the US! The exhibition is free for nurses and we look forward to meeting you there.
The Visa Bulletin for November 2019 is out, and the EB-3 priority date for nurses in the Philippines has moved forward to February 1, 2018. However, this is the opportune time to pass NCLEX and IELTS (if you have not done so already). Here are some other notable items...
PassportUSA is honored to have employed Jeffrey, RN for the last three years and he has now reached the end of his temp-to-perm assignment. While he was on assignment, Jeffrey saved up enough money to purchase his second car in the U.S. Jeffrey is truly excited that his family is living out the #AmericanDream.
PassportUSA would like to better educate our readers on the specifics of employment-based (EB) visas. Read on to become more knowledgeable on all things related to employment-based visas.
Shown in the link below are some of our fantastic healthcare professionals that just arrived stateside. Feel free to wish them well in the comments box. You can also find our arrivals on Facebook and Instagram under the hashtag #WelcomeWednesdays.
We are proud to announce that the October Spotlight of the Month is Joseph! Congratulations Joseph!
How have you grown professionally? “I learned how to better cope with the struggles that come with being a nurse. Although acknowledging the fact that learning is a life-long process, I feel I’ve grown more competent in my career, and developed a greater sense of compassion for my patients and their respective families.”