US Caregiver Employment Immigration

Worldwide Compass Consulting

The caregiver is a non-skilled worker among the three positions of employment.

Non-skilled is a person who is 18 years of age or older who is eligible to apply, is physically healthy, and has no criminal record. Qualifications can be accomplished with less than two years of training and experience.

So your employer’s strong ability to set up can increase your success, rather than your qualifications. The advantage of caregivers is that they can be linked to their own profession if they have more experience than other unskilled. You can become a working nurse or a registered nurse by studying continuously, and it is one of the prospects you can do for a long time regardless of age. The advantage of getting a caregiver’s permanent residence is that most of the non-skilled paper mills are exposed to cold or noise, while caregivers work in hospitals and nursing homes to care for the elderly.
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Verify eligibility

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Contract

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Prepare documents and prepare letters of recommendation
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Immigration petition (I-40) accepted
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Immigration approval
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National Visa Center Transfer (NVC)
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Visa Fee payment to NVC
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Visa application form (DS-260) accepted at NVC
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Transfer to Embassy of the United States
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Physical examination
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Interview, Immigrant Visa Issued
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Entry into the United States
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Acquisition of permanent residence

   

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