Our last column addressing immigrating to the U.S. as a Physical Therapist generated many questions by Registered Nurses (RNs) who wanted to know how they too could immigrate to the U.S. There are many rumors and myths that abound regarding … more
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16th Mar 2004
Graduation time for Physical Therapists (PTs) is closely approaching. I know that this is an exciting time for graduates and the question of what shall I do next is the foremost on many minds. This can be a frightening time … more
The Application ProcedureBefore a foreign national can enter the U.S. as a tourist, he or she must first obtain a B-2 visitor for pleasure visa from the U.S. Embassy. The U.S. Embassy suggests that applications for visas in the Philippines … more
QUESTION: MY ASYLUM CASE IS ON APPEAL, MAY I GET WORK AUTHORIZATION WHILE WAITING FOR THE APPEAL? Many persons file appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals following denial of their asylum claim. It is vital that throughout their appeal … more
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