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HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE RESILIENCE ACT PROVIDES REQUIRED NURSE FOR US PATIENTS Us Immigration

Musillo
Unkenholt is happy to report this the
Resilience Act for Healthcare Workers
will be introduced to Congress next
Week. The HWRA is smart and positive
Legislation that will increase the number of nurses and doctors in the United States
US. These two professions are among the
shortest supplied professions from US workers.
Musillo Unkenholt and the AAIHR to have
has been working closely with these offices for two months and supports the congress
Employees draft this legislation.
If
The HWRA becomes law for all nurses and doctors whose visa applications are submitted
current decline immediately become current. Likewise, any nurse or doctor whose I-140 is
submitted anytime before 90 days after president
Trump’s emergency statement on COVID-19
is also expected to have one
non-regressive visa, although there is a total quota of 25,000 visas for
RNs and 15,000 visas for MDs. The
The legislation contains a language that USCIS and the embassies and consulates request
accelerate these petitions. The HWRA
contains admirable US worker protection that guarantees that there is no US worker
transferred.
The
HWRA has a strong group of original Senate co-sponsors: Sens. Perdue
(R-GA), Young (R-IN), Durbin (D-IL) and Coons (D-DE). This is an impressive cross-party collection of
Senators with decades of experience lead legislative initiatives.
in the
Overall, the HWRA does the following regarding nurses:
– Allowed
All fully qualified nurses with foreign education must obtain their visa, if
You are currently in the regression queue or will drop your I-140 within ninety
Days of the President’s declaration of urgency; and

-Instructed DHS and
DOS prioritizes these visa appointments to allow these fully qualified nurses
can enter the US as quickly as their visa dates can be scheduled.

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