Nurse Immigration to the USA
Connetics USA Supports RNs Throughout the United States Immigration Process
The June 2023 Visa Bulletin
What is the Visa Bulletin?
The Visa Bulletin is like your ticket in the deli line. Usually, our registered nurses immigrate under an EB-3 Consular Green Card. Right now, U.S. immigration laws only allow a certain number of individuals per country each year into the United States for EB-3 Green Card and immigrant visa purposes.
Immigration also looks at the various countries around the world. The dates beside the countries reflect the priority date. When Connetics USA's partner immigration attorneys file an immigrant visa for you, on your behalf, you receive what they call a "priority date." If your priority date is on or before the date listed in the chart beside your country, you may apply for an EB-3 Immigrant Visa and are not under retrogression. If it says "current," there is no wait time to file your immigrant visa petition.
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Our direct hire approach matches you with an American healthcare facility that sponsors your U.S. Immigration EB-3 Consulate Green Card or TN Visa.