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Smart Service Star – Nikki

Nikki, a PassportUSA RN in Georgia, was acknowledged in a monthly facility recognition email! Great work, Nikki!

"I was excited to see that the organization is thankful for me and I received an award at work for it. I am so proud!"

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PassportUSA Healthcare Heroes During COVID-19

In light of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are highlighting our PassportUSA fearless nurses that are currently on the frontlines.

Our healthcare professionals are the true heroes and remind us of our greater purpose: to improve lives and make healthcare work better. Click on this article to read about our incredible healthcare professionals.

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The Best Experience Ever – Charvey #ThankfulThursdays

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

Charvey has had multiple achievements in his personal life since he's been working in the US. Charvey and his wife (who was also a former PassportUSA physical therapist), were able to take some vacation time and had a grand wedding in the Philippines, they purchased a new car, had their first child, and Charvey's parents came to visit their son's new home in the US! Wow! Charvey and his family have been efficiently balancing a healthy work-life.

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Double Baby Shower in Maine

Some of our PassportUSA RNs in Maine hosted a joint baby shower for two PassportUSA RNs: Christine and Gemma. The facility's Director of Nursing came to celebrate too!

Congratulations on your upcoming bundles of joy, Christine and Gemma!

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PassportUSA Receiving Gifts From Fiji

Mayper, a PassportUSA RN, originally from Fiji, arrived to the U.S. in February and brought over goodies from her country! She brought banana chips, macadamia nuts, and sarongs for the PassportUSA staff members who assisted her throughout her journey. Thank you very much for the treats, Mayper!

One-Year Work Anniversary Reflection – Cheryll

Cheryll is a PassportUSA nurse in Georgia and she has been working in a new unit for over one year now! She is sharing some of the letters she’s received that keeps her motivated.

“Cheryll, your great skills helped save a life! You should be very proud of your actions. I truly believe ‘it takes a village’ to save a life and getting the ‘village’ to the bedside is an important nursing intervention. Thanks for letting me be a part of the ‘village’ that helped save your patient’s life! It is a real honor to work with you!”

“The kindness in you brings out the gratefulness in me. Thanks for being so thoughtful. Dear Ms. Cheryll, I am very grateful for all of your kindness and help.”

Here is what Cheryll has to say about her journey so far:

“February 28 marks my one year in the Cardiac Telemetry Unit. I am very grateful for this wonderful opportunity to work in another unit and explore my career goals. I was able to learn a lot of new things, embrace this very noble profession from a different perspective, and most importantly I have loved doing every single thing that I do for patients and other people with more care, compassion and commitment. There was more meaning and fulfillment this time around. I have realized that it is not about finding the easier way of doing nursing, but it is by being able to be in the right place where you are able to do the right things and where everyone is focused not only on patient care but also on everyone’s welfare to ensure both better patient outcomes and healthy working environment. I had challenges, difficulties, and hardship in a different way but these helped me love the way things are right now. I’m happy where and what I am now and I am looking forward to going above and beyond in this career soon!”

Smart Service Star – Nikki

Nikki, a PassportUSA RN in Georgia, was acknowledged in a monthly facility recognition email!

She was one of the 130 coworkers who received a Smart Service Star or WE Care recognition during February 2020! She strongly lives the organization’s values daily. Great work, Nikki!

“I was excited to see that the organization is thankful for me and I received an award at work for it. I am so proud!”

PassportUSA Healthcare Heroes During COVID-19

In light of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are highlighting our PassportUSA fearless nurses that are currently on the frontlines.

Our healthcare professionals are the true heroes and remind us of our greater purpose: to improve lives and make healthcare work better.


PassportUSA Global Ambassador, To-ye, is originally from the Philippines and is currently working in the ICU at a West Virginia hospital. He has picked up more shifts at the hospital and just finished his seventh night shift in a row. He is proud to serve patients in their time of need.

Our international nurses choose to make some enormous life changes to follow their professional dream of being a USRN. It takes true grit to move your life to a foreign place that speaks your non-native tongue, especially without family or friends nearby.

Erienne is from the Philippines and has been working as an RN in Illinois for almost a year. Despite many obstacles because of the closures of restaurants, bars, and more due to the current healthcare crisis, Erienne was creative and invented different ways to connect and provide insight and crucial resources to PassportUSA’s newest Illinois RN, Kim. Erienne gave pointers on how to create credit as a new US resident, how to purchase car insurance, referred Kim’s husband to job opportunities, recommended local grocery stores, and treated them to a meal!

Check out Erienne (on the right) who ordered some American classics like Papa Johns and KFC for Kim and her husband! It was such a treat to see that the current obstacles did not stop Erienne from assisting Kim and her husband to have a successful start to their transition in the US. Erienne showed a true spirit of nursing, caring for others even when not on the job at her local hospital!

Deanna is from the Philippines and has been working in Georgia for over 3 years. She is courageously treating suspected COVID-19 patients and would like to thank everyone for the support!

Thank you to all healthcare professionals who are currently helping others in this time of crisis. You are true healthcare heroes!


We are currently hiring registered nurses! If you’re a registered nurse who is not being guided to your American dream by PassportUSA, simply apply with us today and we’ll help get your journey underway! 

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Helping Others Get Well – Kevin Kyle

Helping Others Get Well – Kevin Kyle

We are hereby honored to announce, that the winner of February 2020’s Allied Employee of the Month contest is Kevin Kyle! Congratulations to Kevin Kyle!

What do you like most about working with our client? "I am really blessed to work here. The people are nice, helpful, and easy to work with. The facility met my expectations when it comes to enhancing my knowledge in the field."

PassportUSA Healthcare Heroes During COVID-19

PassportUSA Healthcare Heroes During COVID-19

In light of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are highlighting our PassportUSA fearless nurses that are currently on the frontlines.

Our healthcare professionals are the true heroes and remind us of our greater purpose: to improve lives and make healthcare work better. Click on this article to read about our incredible healthcare professionals.

Visa Bulletin

Visa Bulletin

The Visa Bulletin for April 2020 is out, and the EB-3 priority date for nurses in the Philippines is January 1, 2017. This is the opportune time to pass NCLEX and IELTS (if you have not done so already). Here are some other notable items from the bulletin: EB-2...

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