Visa Americas

Visa for Nurses (RN)

At, we specialize in providing comprehensive consultation and visa services tailored specifically for registered nurses (RNs) seeking employment opportunities in the United States, especially H-1B Visa for nurses. (most of you may not be familiar with the H-1B Visa option of Nurses) We understand the unique challenges faced by RNs navigating the immigration process, and our dedicated team is here to guide you every step of the way.

Our service offering for registered nurses includes

Initial Assessment

We begin by conducting an initial assessment of your qualifications, experience, and eligibility for U.S. employment as an RN. Our consultants evaluate your credentials, educational background, licensure, and any relevant certifications to determine the most suitable visa options available to you.

Visa Guidance

Based on the assessment, we provide personalized guidance on the appropriate visa categories for RNs, such as the H-1B visa, TN visa (for Canadian and Mexican Passport holders), E-3 Visa for (Australian Passport holders) or other applicable visas. Our team explains the specific requirements, documentation, and processes associated with each visa category, helping you make informed decisions.

Job Placement Assistance

We understand the importance of finding suitable employment opportunities as an RN in the United States. We connect you with healthcare agencies specializing in nursing placement. Our goal is to help you explore and secure employment opportunities that align with your qualifications and career goals.

Credential Evaluation

For internationally educated nurses, we facilitate the credential evaluation process to ensure your educational qualifications meet the standards set by U.S. regulatory bodies. We work with reputable credential evaluation agencies to provide accurate assessments of your education and facilitate the recognition of your qualifications within the U.S. healthcare system.

Ongoing Support and Case Management

Throughout the visa application process, our consultants provide continuous support, addressing any concerns or questions you may have.


Please note that our services focus on providing consultation and assistance with the visa process for registered nurses. We recommend consulting with legal professionals for legal advice specific to your unique circumstances.

Expert Connect

Contact us today to learn more about our consultation and visa services for registered nurses. We are committed to helping you navigate the immigration process and pursue rewarding nursing opportunities in the United States.

Frequently Asked Questions?

You can find the most commonly asked questions and their answers right on this page. For any further doubts, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are here to help you.

The specific requirements may vary, but generally, you will need to have a valid nursing license, a job offer from a U.S. employer, a completed visa application, and meet the educational and experience criteria set by the U.S. immigration authorities.

Yes, it is possible to apply for a change of status or an extension if you are already in the United States on a different visa or under a different immigration status.

The processing time varies depending on various factors, such as the visa type, current backlog, and individual circumstances. Generally, it can take several months to process a Visa for Nurses (RN) application.

Yes, your immediate family members, such as your spouse and unmarried children under 21, may be eligible to accompany you on a dependent visa.

Yes, nurses may be eligible to apply for permanent residency through employment-based categories such as the EB-3 visa or through other avenues like marriage to a U.S. citizen or qualifying for a National Interest Waiver.

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