Green Card Sponsorship!
Stateside Network International in cooperation with one of our partners is pleased to offer our green card sponsorship program to international nurses who qualify.
- IELTS passer with a score of 6.5 overall and a 7 in speaking.
- NCLEX or CGFNS passer –
- 1-2–year current experience in a hospital setting.
SNI can guide you through the process. Please submit the NCLEX assistance fee after we have assessed your resume and you want to move forward. This fee is waived if you take the NCLEX Review Course. The $400 is refundable once you start working.
Detailed resume to include type of hospital, size of hospital,type of patients you care for and equipment used. Submit this ASAP. Then send copy of your IELTS; NCLEX result; CGFNS result and any other certification you have plus a cover letter about you. When we receive your resume SNI will set a time to talk to you via phone or Skype. Once we have spoken with you and assessed your English, SNI will assess whether to forward your resume to the employer.
NCLEX and CGFNS: Once you have either NCLEX or CGFNS and IELTS, the employer’s will issue you a contract and start sponsorship. If you live close to a location where NCLEX testing is offered, NCLEX is required. For those nurses who do not, CGFNS will be required. CGFNS has locations throughout the world and SNI will help guide you through registration. During this time you will also register to take the NCLEX test and will take it upon arrival in the USA.
Benefits Include but are not limited to: $23-$32 per hour salary plus shift differentials; Attorney and all visa costs paid depending on the employer; one way airfare; one-month free accommodation provided when you arrive in America. Employer does not pay any costs for family members but they will be added to the petition. Other benefits will apply.
Due to the current visa retrogression we cannot offer this program to nurses from India or China but will receive resumes. If you have a current priority date from a previous employer you can transfer to another employer and receive a new contract.