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The Best Experience Ever – Charvey #ThankfulThursdays

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.

Chase Your Dream – Mia #ThankfulThursdays

Chase Your Dream – Mia #ThankfulThursdays

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

Mia is proud to have purchased two cars in the U.S. so far and she looks forward to exploring more that the USA has to offer. "My family loves living in the USA. We are more independent and adventurous. There are a lot of opportunities to enhance our careers. PassportUSA upholds their values and I am proud that I was part of this amazing company. I am grateful to have worked with PassportUSA." -Mia

Improved Quality of Life – Paraluman #ThankfulThursdays

Improved Quality of Life – Paraluman #ThankfulThursdays

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

Paraluman is proud of all of her achievements, most notably the fact that she has improved her family's quality of life. She is also excited to have purchased her brand new car. With the money she earns working as a nurse in the U.S., Paraluman is able to save enough money to support her family back home in the Philippines.

Experiencing Wonderful Memories – Kristina #ThankfulThursdays

Experiencing Wonderful Memories – Kristina #ThankfulThursdays

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Kristina, a registered nurse, who has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.

Since working in the U.S., Kristina and her husband bought a new car and have become actively involved with their local church. They plan to start a family and purchase their forever home soon! With their #AmericanDream in action, they are enjoying new experiences and creating wonderful memories.

Providing More For My Family – Richard #ThankfulThursdays

Providing More For My Family – Richard #ThankfulThursdays

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

"By having this great opportunity here to work as a nurse in the U.S., now I can buy all of the things that I want, such as brand name clothes, good appliances, and also my dream car. I am able to provide more for my family and have more leisure time. This is a true blessing." -Richard

Mary Rose: From Staff Nurse to Preceptor and Charge Nurse #ThankfulThursdays

Mary Rose: From Staff Nurse to Preceptor and Charge Nurse #ThankfulThursdays

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

While on assignment, Mary Rose and her fellow nurses worked hard to earn her assigned facility Magnet Recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). Magnet status is granted to only those hospitals demonstrating nursing excellence and high quality patient care. Additionally, she precepted many new nurses, continued to work on earning extra nursing certifications, cross-trained to become a charge nurse, and expanded her skills to work in the progressive care, med-surg, and telemetry units.

Fantastic Support System – Florian #ThankfulThursdays

Fantastic Support System – Florian #ThankfulThursdays

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Florian, RN for the last three years and he has now reached the end of his temp-to-perm assignment. Florian has exceeded his own personal expectations by finally purchasing his first brand new car. With this car, he plans to travel around the U.S. and see what other sites have to offer. "I want to see those beautiful places that I've read about in books. I never thought this would come true in my lifetime but I'm so glad I'm living my dream now!" -Florian

The Best Experience Ever – Charvey #ThankfulThursdays


#ThankfulThursdays posts celebrate the career and personal achievements of our healthcare professionals who have reached the end of their temp-to-perm assignments at their assigned PassportUSA client healthcare organizations.

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Charvey, a physical therapist, who 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, they 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.

“With hard work, patience, and guidance, our lives fast forwarded. We wouldn’t have it any other way.” -Charvey

A Top Performer

Charvey provides exceptional care to all of his patients and has a great professional attitude. Charvey was recognized as PassportUSA’s June 2019 Allied Employee of the Month for his outstanding performance! Check it out!

Inspired by Patients’ Progress Daily – Charvey

In Charvey’s final annual performance review, the facility’s Executive Director stated,

“Charvey is a great physical therapist. He provides excellent care to our patients. We receive continued compliments from his patients about the great care he provides.”

Reflecting on His Journey

“The US state we are residing in has a great standard of living and the people are nice and polite.

 

I recommend PassportUSA to every healthcare professional that has a dream to work and live in the US. They will assist you and they are quick to respond.

 

I would like to thank my PassportUSA International Employee Supervisors, Jamie and Jordan. I also really appreciate the client facility’s Executive Director. I can say from my heart that she is the best Executive Director I’ve ever worked under. I will be always be grateful to her.”

What’s next for Charvey?

Charvey is pursuing other priorities. We know he will continue to exceed his employer’s and patients’ expectations wherever he is.

Thank you Charvey! We wish you the best of luck.

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PassportUSA RN Christauf Achieving His U.S. Success

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 Christauf’s story of how the PassportUSA Achieve program helped him attain his EB-3 visa and a nursing career in the USA.

Christauf’s Opportunistic USRN Career

Christauf joined the PassportUSA Achieve program and has been working as a USRN in Indiana since June 2019. When we spoke with Christauf regarding his experiences, here is what he shared:

How did you hear about the Achieve program?

“I heard about the Achieve program from a classmate. I was studying for the NCLEX and at that time there were few opportunities for nurses to come live and work in the U.S. so I was glad to hear about PassportUSA/Health Carousel.”

What made you decide to join the Achieve program?

“Health Carousel Philippines mentioned the Achieve program when I inquired. It was a way to help me with my American dream.”

Did you already pass IELTS when you joined Achieve?

“Yes, I already had a valid passing IELTS score when I joined. However, I know that PassportUSA assists candidates to pass IELTS if they join the PassportUSA Achieve program.”

What kind of training did you utilize to pass IELTS?

“I completed in-person classes, practiced speaking English with native speakers, and asked my friends to review my writing. I had a lot of confidence while studying because I practiced English every day.”

What training did you utilize to pass NCLEX?

“I took NCLEX shortly after I graduated nursing school so my knowledge was still fresh in my mind. I registered for an in-person class and took practice tests online.”

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

“Yes, I highly recommend other nurses to sign up for the PassportUSA Achieve program right away because I am a living testament for Health Carousel! The staff members are experts and true to their words. I was never disappointed during the process and it was a smooth transition.”

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

“Each staff member responds right away via email. They have an important sense of urgency and care.”

Do you know anyone else in the program?

“Yes, there are other people at my current U.S. facility that are in the same program. I also have my aunt that works at my facility too and she lives close by (she is also a PassportUSA RN).”

What/who inspired you to pursue your American Dream?

“I am my own inspiration! Nursing is my passion and growing up I watched a lot of American movies and have always wanted to come live and work in the U.S. I have other relatives who live in the U.S. and it was implanted in my heart that one day I will work on my dream.”

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

“Working in the U.S. is really different because the working conditions and compensation are better, there are plenty of opportunities to grow in your career, and burnout is low. I am more independent here and I do not feel like a burden to my family back in the Philippines. I am proud to work as a U.S. nurse and my brother has been inspired to take up nursing as well in order to come here too.”

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

“I am planning on becoming a nurse practitioner. Right now I enjoy working with my great med-surg unit.”

Are there any certifications/units of interest to you?

“I am interested in working in the ER. I am a quick thinker and would love to work more in crisis situations so I can share my knowledge.”

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

“My wife (who was my girlfriend back then) kept telling me to focus on my dream to come to the U.S. I had limited offers from other agencies but the Achieve program especially caught my attention. The PassportUSA/Health Carousel representatives were very quick and helpful in every step of the way.”

What are 3 traits of yours that make you a good U.S. nurse?

“I am an honest person of integrity. I promise to deal with people’s lives. I am respectful to myself and to others. It’s important to respect others to gain trust and salvage good working relationships. I am compassionate about nursing. I possess great energy and pride when I practice my profession.”

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

“Currently my family continues to motivate me to be a spectacular U.S. nurse. My wife is the reason I continue to work hard on my life goals. She is always there for me, she cheers me up, and she celebrates my success. I like being a good role model for my brothers. Lastly, I have the inner desire to always improve myself.”

Do you have any friends/colleagues that are waiting to come to the USA?

“Yes I do. They are currently in Cebu and Leyte, which are located in the Philippines.”

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

“Be patient and have faith! Whatever the situation is, know that you’ll get to your goal in God’s perfect time.”

Thank you Christauf! 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.

Achieve Your #AmericanDream

Chase Your Dream – Mia #ThankfulThursdays


#ThankfulThursdays posts celebrate the career and personal achievements of our healthcare professionals who have reached the end of their temp-to-perm assignments at their assigned PassportUSA client healthcare organizations.

PassportUSA is honored to have employed Maria Mia, aka Mia, a registered nurse, who has now reached the end of her temp-to-perm assignment.

Mia found an apartment within a short commute from her facility and was able to enjoy the time spent there with neighbors and her family. Her family attended their local church and they stayed up-to-date on community activities. Mia is proud to have purchased two cars in the U.S. so far and she looks forward to exploring more that the USA has to offer.

A Top Performer

While she was on assignment, Mia was recognized as a 2016 PassportUSA Employee of the Month!

“Being recognized as the PassportUSA Employee of the Month was such an amazing experience because it showed that my hard work and effort was not unseen. My assigned facility is the best workplace I have ever worked at in my entire life and there is nothing negative about it that I can think of.” -Mia

In her final performance review, the facility’s Director of Surgical Services commented:

“Mia has been a pleasure to work with and an asset to our team. She provides safe and effective patient care daily. She takes pride in a job well done. Mia is always willing to help others. She is kind and compassionate.”

Reflecting on Her Journey

“My family loves living in the USA. We are more independent and adventurous. There are a lot of opportunities to enhance our careers.

PassportUSA/Health Carousel supports nurses who dream of living and working in the USA. They fulfill their mission and uphold their values and I am proud to be part of this amazing company. I am grateful to have worked with PassportUSA/Health Carousel. PassportUSA International Employee Supervisors; Jamie and Ashley went above and beyond to be there for me. They made me feel important and valued. Thank you both.

I also want to thank my OR team for influencing me to become a more effective and efficient OR nurse. The environment felt like family and I learned numerous skills that made me who I am today.”

What’s next for Mia?

Mia received a full-time employment offer from the facility, however she is pursuing family priorities. We know she will continue to exceed her employer’s and patients’ expectations wherever she is.


“Chase your dream and do all things with prayers and great love because the reward at the end is priceless. ” – Mia

Thank you Mia! We wish you the best of luck.

If you are a registered nurse who wishes to live and work in the USA, simply click the button below to apply with us today and we’ll help get your journey to the USA underway!

Are you a U.S. healthcare organization wishing to staff PassportUSA RNs for a long-term workforce solution? Click the button below to get more information about how PassportUSA connects healthcare institutions with exceptional global talent.

Request More Information

The Best Experience Ever – Charvey #ThankfulThursdays

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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