Can nurses on assignment in the Middle East work with PassportUSA? Absolutely.

If a nurse signs a contract with PassportUSA, can they still work in the Middle East while their U.S. visa is in process? In the vast majority of cases, this is also quite fine as well.

Here are three reasons why working as a nurse in the Middle East is not only acceptable to PassportUSA, but also beneficial for your career development:

1) We want you to keep your clinical skills sharp. We know it can sometimes be hard to secure full-time nursing employment in the Philippines and elsewhere internationally.

2) The Middle East has a large number of Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospitals. The Joint Commission is the same organization that reviews U.S. hospitals so our clients like to see that you are working in a facility that upholds these high standards.

3) Many hospitals in the Middle East have among the best equipment and technology available.

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Working in the Middle East does not interfere with your ability to contract with PassportUSA or our ability to file for your U.S. visa.

All three of the items listed above will make you even more attractive to our hospital clients when it comes to interviewing with PassportUSA for a position in the United States.

If you are currently in a contractual obligation to work in the Middle East, or plan on working in the Middle East soon, do not hesitate to sign with PassportUSA. The main thing to remember is to be open about your obligations and plans with your PassportUSA recruiter. This helps us better map out your U.S. arrival timeline.

Working in the Middle East can be a great stepping stone towards your #AmericanDream and great experience for your career.

We look forward to seeing you register with us soon. To get started on your #AmericanDream, click the button below!

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