One of the commenters to our blog, over a series of posts, has outlined his recent experience with the NVC’s processing of the paperwork for […]
Vermont Policy Requiring Social Security Number for Renewal of Nursing License Reflects Growing Trend in the US
The Vermont Board of Nursing has announced that as of the 2015 RN renewal cycle, all licensees and NCLEX re-take applicants must document a […]
Mexican Consulates in the US Now Issuing Certified Copies of Birth Certificates Registered in Mexico
Starting January 15th, 2015, the consulates of Mexico in the United States will issue copies of birth certificates registered in Mexico. To obtain their certified copies, […]
The Child Status Protection Act was passed (CSPA) to address the fact that many children are harmed by the fact that their parent’s green […]
Is a Healthcare Worker Certificate (a.k.a. VisaScreen) a Condition of Status of a Requirement for Entry?
Many people are confused about the purpose of the Healthcare Worker Certificate (a.k.a VisaScreen) and the need to keep it valid. The Healthcare Worker Certificate […]
The Atlantic Questions Whether Medical Licensing Policies in the U.S. Deter Foreign Medical Graduates
In a recent article, The Atlantic reviewed the process that foreign medical graduates must follow to obtain a medical license and asked whether these […]
If you leave your employer before your I-140 is approved, one of two things can happen: 1) the employer which filed the I-140 petition […]
What Does the NVC Send You After They Send the 60 Day Letter? Does the NVC Need 60 Days Each Time You Submit Additional Documents?
Given increasing delays in the processing of green card case paperwork by the National Visa Center (NVC), last summer the NVC began issuing letters […]