Nurses

U.S. Spending Bill Increases Number of H-2B Visas

The recently passed U.S. government spending bill increases the number of H-2B visas from 66,000 to approximately 200,000. The H-2B visa is for Temporary, […]

NVC Issues Termination Letters in Error

Recently, the National Visa Center (NVC) issued letters to immigrant visa applicants stating that proceedings to terminate the visa application will commence, or that […]

July 2015 Visa Bulletin: EB3 Philippines Unavailable

The U.S. State Department just released the July 2015 Visa Bulletin, which lists “U” for 3rd Preference and Other Workers from the Philippines. Rather […]

Don’t Rely on DOL Math

In applications for Schedule-A positions (registered nurses and physical therapists) as well as all PERM cases, the employer must obtain a prevailing wage determination […]

By |September 5th, 2014|Allieds, Nurses|0 Comments

H-1b’s for Nurses

The USCIS has recently issued updated guidance to USCIS officer adjudicating H-1b petition for registered nurses. The guidance sets the tone for a more […]

By |July 31st, 2014|Nurses|0 Comments

Learn From the Mistakes of One Healthcare Company

Sometimes the best way to learn about H-1b compliance is through the mistakes of another company. A recent Department of Labor decision, Administrator v. […]

Healthcare Symposium

Many factors are creating an increase in demand for healthcare workers. According to a report published in U.S. News and World Report in January, […]

Stakeholders Summary

By |January 20th, 2014|Nurses|2 Comments

Trends in Healthcare Immigration Cases