My Priority Date was current since July 2011 and still dont have an interview notice from US Embassy. I already sent an inquiry via NVCInquiry and the reply is my payment for my Processing Fee Bill already expired and asking to make payment again. As of now my agent told me that the office is just waiting for the NVC reply. Should I really paid for it? The cause of expiration was not my fault it is because of retrogression. Why should I pay for it again and why it become too long to wait since my Priority Date become current? Other applicants I have known with same type of visa when their Priority Date become current they already get an interview within a month or two. Please help me regarding this! Thank you so much!
I'm a newbee in town. Work as a nursing for past 10 years. Grads as Dip in Nrsg. from my home country in Msia. Done my English test (IELTS) in California and passed it. Last exam is needed is NCLEX in order to work. But do check out of any board of nursing that you want to enroll.
What a foreigner like me really need is Employment Authorization card as well as SSN. I don't think hospital here will supplement this card for foreigner unless is an Nursing Agency from your home country and of course, they will have you sign a contract and get some money out from your salary...
im raj kaur having more than 16 yrs experience as a staff nurse at reputed hospital in india. i did ANM and graduation.i wants to get nursing job in usa. because i heard that in usa demand of nurses is very high.i can speak english very well.i request to you to appoint me the job of nurse in any hospital of usa.
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