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An Exciting Adventure – Rheena

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.

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Introducing Baby Emma Victoria

PassportUSA nurse Joshereeber is proud to show us her newest addition to the Health Carousel family, baby Emma Victoria! Congratulations, Joshereeber on your newest bundle of joy!

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Starstruck Recognition – RJ

RJ is a PassportUSA Global Brand Ambassador and RN currently working in Indiana. He recently received a Starstruck recognition and a letter for his commitment to coworkers and for his enduring attitude! Remarkable effort, RJ!

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Miko: An Accomplished Physical Therapist With Ambition #ThankfulThursdays

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Miko, PT for the last three years and he has now reached the end of his temp-to-perm assignment.

Miko exceeded his personal and professional goals in the U.S. He married the love of his life in 2019 and was able to bring her over to the U.S. in just a few short months. With the support of PassportUSA, Miko was able to complete his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree here in the states. He is proud to say that all of the amazing events during his assignment so far is attributed to the support of his family, PassportUSA, hard work, and patience!

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Keen Attention to Detail – Joanne

PassportUSA RN Joanne, received a Good Catch certificate and pin for following through with an important detail on a patient's discharge form! Great work, Joanne, for being proactive and going the extra mile to ensure patient safety!

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Living Our American Dream Was Meant To Be – Iris

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Iris, RN for the last three years and she has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.

Iris came to the U.S. with her husband and children with the hopes of a brighter future for her family. Without a doubt, they transitioned well into their community and even added their first pet to the family! They are also actively involved with their local church and have visited many sites in the U.S. that they would've never dreamed of visiting in their lifetime.

My Life Changed Tremendously For The Better – Donna Joan

Passing the NCLEX exam proves that you’re committed to achieving your #AmericanDream. The next step is finding a reputable agency to help secure your employment-based U.S. immigrant visa or recapture your existing priority date.

PassportUSA has expertly handled thousands of international nurse immigration cases. The PassportUSA Achieve program offers immigration filing services and test preparation resources to help you pass IELTS.

Here’s Donna Joan’s story of how the PassportUSA Achieve program helped her attain her EB-3 visa and a nursing career in the USA.

Donna Joan’s Opportunistic USRN Career

Donna Joan joined the PassportUSA Achieve program and has been working as a USRN in Texas since February 2018. When we spoke with Donna Joan regarding her experiences, here is what she shared:

How did you hear about the Achieve program?

“I first heard about the program from my sister. I had already passed NCLEX back in 2008 so I decided to apply for the Achieve program.”

What made you decide to join the Achieve program?

“I wanted to join the Achieve program because I wanted to try new things. Both of my sisters are overseas Filipino workers and being the youngest sister, I wanted to seek greener pastures and work as a USRN.”

What kind of training did you utilize to pass IELTS?

“I did online practice tests and studied a lot on my own. I read about current events and did speaking practice with my friends and family.”

What training did you utilize to pass NCLEX?

“I took some in-person classes in the Philippines. I also had an NCLEX study book and took practice tests on the computer.”

Would you recommend other nurses to sign up for Achieve right away?

“Absolutely! I recommend other nurses to sign up right away because most of my friends know about Health Carousel and they recommend it too.”

How did you feel the response time was for your inquiries regarding the program?

“The response time was fast. When I emailed my advisor, I typically got a response back before the end of the business day.”

What/who inspired you to pursue your American Dream?

“My parents inspired me to pursue my American Dream. I do this all for them. They gave me a lot of blessings and the motivation to live and work in the US. They are truly inspirational to me.”

How has your family’s life changed for the better now that you’ve been working as a U.S. nurse?

“My life has changed tremendously for the better. My salary wasn’t enough back in the Philippines and now I am able to help send money to my parents. I can afford all of my finances and I also help my sisters, nieces, and nephews with affording their medications. We are so fortunate for my USRN opportunity.”

What do you hope to accomplish in your U.S. nursing career and personal life within 5 years?

“I plan to become a better dialysis nurse. There is always much more to learn and to improve my skills. Eventually, I would like to become a Family Nurse Practitioner.”

What are the three qualities of yours that make you a good U.S. nurse?

“I advocate for the best of my patients. I am empathetic because I put myself in their shoes and understand how they are feeling so I can provide quality care. I also have a good sense of humor as to not take anything negative that happens to the heart and make sure to stay calm for everybody.”

Who/what motivates you currently to continue being a spectacular U.S. nurse?

“Definitely my family. My sister and I have a favorite saying: “Treat others like you want your family to be treated.” Thinking of this always makes me want to perform to the best of my abilities.”

Who do you want to thank for encouraging you to join the Achieve program and why?

“I want to thank my family for all of the support. My sister really encouraged me to pass NCLEX after I graduated nursing school and I am so glad I did because that was one of the first steps toward my American dream.”

What advice do you have for candidates that are thinking about joining the program?

“My advice to candidates is to follow Health Carousel’s instructions! Always be on top of your game by responding to their emails in a timely manner so they can finish processing your papers. Be patient with the visa process so it can go smoothly and always keep the faith that everything will work out in the end!”

Donna Joan on the right with her coworkers

Thank you, Donna Joan! We are proud to see how far you’ve come and look forward to seeing your nursing career progress.

Program Eligibility

The PassportUSA Achieve Program is offered to registered nurses who have already passed their NCLEX examination. NCLEX results never expire, so even if you passed NCLEX a few years back you still qualify. We also assist nurses that have been abandoned by a previous U.S. visa petitioner. We provide our Achieve candidates with access to resources to pass the IELTS examination and will expertly file for your U.S. visa after you pass IELTS.

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An Exciting Adventure – Rheena

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! Congratulations Rheena and we look forward to hearing more updates from you!

A Top Performer

While on assignment, Rheena became a certified OASIS field clinician for Home Health. With her new certification, she is delighted to be able to do a more detailed patient evaluation during the admission process. Rheena is currently studying for her Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (tDPT) and she is on track to graduate by the end of 2020!

In her final performance review, the facility’s Clinical Director commented:

“Rheena demonstrated her adaptability to the change in development of patients’ plan-of-care (POC) and her ability to collaborate with the multi-disciplinary clinical team in POC development.

Rheena is an asset to our branch. Her presence over the years offered stability with our staffing, which was a key factor in the branch’s growth. Rheena is flexible to meet patient care needs.

Rheena communicates well with the team, escalates clinical issues appropriately to patient client management, collaborates with the clinical team, and provides appropriate guidance to physical therapy assistants.”

Reflecting on Her Journey

“Working in Home Health suits me well. This setting has made me more confident in dealing with emergency situations and focusing well with the patients’ needs. I have a calmer presence of mind, practice sound judgment, and am efficiently managing my time.

 

PassportUSA has helped me from the start since I first applied in the Philippines and throughout my entire work assignment. I would like to thank my PassportUSA International Employee Supervisor, Jamie, who helped me a lot while I conquered hardships and she answered all my questions promptly. Thank you PassportUSA for everything!”

What’s next for Rheena?

Rheena wholeheartedly accepted a full-time employment offer from the facility. We know she will continue to exceed her employer’s and patients’ expectations!


Rheena’s favorite quote: “You don’t have to be great at something to start, but you have to start to be great at something”. -Zig Ziglar (American author)

Thank you, Rheena! We wish you the best of luck.

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Introducing Baby Emma Victoria

PassportUSA nurse Joshereeber is proud to show us her newest addition to the Health Carousel family, baby Emma Victoria! Congratulations, Joshereeber on your newest bundle of joy!

Emma Victoria with her sister

 

An Exciting Adventure – Rheena

An Exciting Adventure – Rheena

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.

PassportUSA Hires Nurses From All Over the World

PassportUSA Hires Nurses From All Over the World

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.

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