United States Immigration Services
Online Guide to U.S. Visas, ESTA, Green Cards & More
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Nurse Work VisaDownload
General Information about Registered Nurse Work Visa: In the past 20 years, the Registered Nurse Work Visa classification was changed many times. The Nursing Relief Act of 1989 created the H-1A Visa classification. However, it was terminated on September 1, 1995. In 1999, the United States faced a shortage in nurses. The H-1C Nurse Visa Classification was created.
- Start Application Immediately
- Easy to Understand Instructions
- Apply Online or by Mail
- Pricing and Fee Information Included
- Checklist of Required Documents
- Unlimited Online Support
- Overview of the Work Visas Available to Nurses
- Information about the H-1A and H-1C Visas that have been discontinued
- Information about coming to America as a registered nursing assistant
- H-1B Work Visa overview
- TN NAFTA Work Visa overview
- How to apply for a nurse work visa
- Work Visa Interview Information
- Work Visa Extension Information
- How to fill out the application forms
- How to get H-4/TD Visas For Your Spouse and Children
- How to Apply at a U.S. Consulate
- How to change your status in the U.S.
- List of Documents Required
- Information about Filing Fees
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
- List of all USCIS Offices in the Nation
- Directory of U.S. Consulates and Embassies
- How to get the most recent United States immigration forms
The eligibility requirements for H-1B visas:
Requirements for TN Visa eligibility:
- H-1B Visa for Skilled Workers
- TN NAFTA Employment Visa (only for Canadian and Mexican citizens).