CGFNS Alliance Approves Health Carousel as a Certified Ethical Firm in the Recruitment of Foreign-Educated Healthcare Professionals
Health Carousel, LLC and the Alliance for Ethical International Recruitment Practices, a division of CGFNS International, Inc., are pleased to announce that Health Carousel has been approved as a Certified Ethical Firm in the recruitment of foreign-educated health professionals.
As long-time advocates and a founding member of the American Association of International Healthcare Recruitment (AAIHR), Health Carousel is honored to meet the ethical standards developed to protect our healthcare professionals throughout the recruitment process. Click on the article to view the entire press release.
We are proud to announce that the July Spotlight of the Month is Valerie! Congratulations Valerie!
Valerie is from the Philippines and is currently working at a client facility in Maryland. She has been working in her field for 6 years and has been with PassportUSA for almost two years.
Why did you want to come to work in the U.S.? “I wanted to come to the U.S. because it’s one of the most diverse and technologically advanced countries in the world. I saw the opportunity to enhance my career here so I decided to go for it.” -Valerie
We are hereby honored to announce that the winners of June 2020’s RN and Allied Employee of the Month contests are Ma Nina and Edjochris! Congratulations to these two outstanding healthcare professionals!
“For me, being a nurse is not just a profession but also a calling.” -Ma Nina
“Working in home health, it is nice to experience how each client lives his/her daily life, and I get to know each of them on a more personal level while making sure they are safe enough to navigate inside their home.” -Edjochris
Over the past 15 years, PassportUSA has helped over 3000 international nurses from all over the world realize their American Dream and we are just getting started!
We have hired nurses from over 60+ countries including the Philippines, Kenya, UAE, Hong Kong, India, Canada, Nepal, Jamaica, Fiji, and many more. Click on this post to read what some of our currently working candidates from across the world who are now in the U.S. have to say about their journeys with PassportUSA.
PassportUSA is honored to have employed Rheena, a physical therapist, who has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.
Rheena has accomplished several personal achievements since she’s been in the U.S since 2015. She got married in 2016, adopted a rescue dog, bought their dream house in 2018, and she had their first child! Wow, that’s quite the adventure! Click on this article to read more about Rheena’s story.
Donna Joan joined the PassportUSA Achieve program and has been working as a USRN in Texas since February 2018. Click on this article to read Donna Joan’s story on how the PassportUSA Achieve program helped her attain her visa and progressed her arrival to the USA.
Some of you may have already heard about the latest Occupational English Test (OET) news.
However, the OET is NOT valid for U.S. visa processing and immigration. It is currently accepted in only two U.S. states and does NOT mention that it will be accepted for your Visa Credentials Assessment (VisaScreen® Certificate) which is required for healthcare professionals who are seeking an occupational visa to work in the United States.
Click on this article to read about how a valid, passing IELTS academic score is still required in order to get your visa screening.
A big congratulations to our recent arrivals who are beginning the next chapter of their #AmericanDream. Check out our amazing healthcare professionals from their First Day in the USA!
IELTS is one of those high-profile tests that tend to intimidate people a bit. Perhaps it’s not the difficulty of the test itself, but the impact it can have on the test taker’s personal life that causes the most unrest.
Click on this post to read three facts that should make you feel more confident as a future test-taker.
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