For Registered Nurses
There is a critical shortage of Registered Nurses all across the United States. In California, we have a bigger crisis because of the Nurse to Patient Ratio law, which took effect in March 2005. It requires one RN for a maximum of five patients, across all the wards in any California hospital.
Our firm represents Hospitals, Nursing Facilities, and Agencies who hire and sponsor Registered Nurses and other health-care professionals.
Visa Sponsorships are currently being offered for experienced RNs with a current U.S. RN license (preferrably CA license) interested in positions in California hospitals/facilities. Please have the following ORIGINAL documents ready.
Initially, please send your updated resume and RN license, and after review, we refer you to a Hiring Manager:
1. Resume – Limit to 2 pages only & must include the following information:
RN Contact information: Legal name, email, telephone, physical address
Education: Nursing degree school/university, address/country, year graduated
Professional Nursing Licenses: If in the United States, specify State/s, & other countries if applicable
Exams passed NCLEX-RN, English tests, Visa Screen certificate (date), other certifications, if applicable
Professional Work Experience: Employer name, City/State/Country, Job Title,
dates, brief work duties to include types of patient care, equipment used,
indicate if ICU/CCU, ER, OR, MedSurg, Telemetry, etc.
Start with the most recent work going back.
Certifications: Basic Life Support & Other RN certifications/training
2. Nursing Diploma, School Transcripts for your Nursing degree &
Visa Screen Certificate (CGFNS), if applicable
3. Passport with Visa Page & I-94 print out
4. Birth certificate with English translation
5. If married, provide your marriage certificate and spouse's birth certificate. If you have children, provide their birth certificates as well.