25 Apr 就业3级非熟练护理员永久居住开放
In the summer of 2016, a student who graduated from the UCLA Department of Economics and received a part-time salary from OPT in media, applied for permanent residency as a care worker.
The average time it took to file an I-485 was six months, as all recent US immigration work was open.
The foreign student received an I-485 (application for change of status as a permanent resident) and received a permanent residence permit without an interview because the OPT period, which is the status of F1 status, remained less than a year. Two years ago, I-485 interviews were not mandatory, so it was a very quick approval.
Most international students are faced with a situation where they have to return to Korea after the OPT is over, but the case of the above student was fortunate that the green card procedure was smooth and served as a caregiver and received the green card.
According to TIS, a caregiver specialist, current caregiver worker needs workforce at a facility in Banning, California.
Salaries start at $ 25,000 a year, with an hourly wage of $ 12 but a minimum wage of up to $ 15 and caregiver jobs up to $ 20 per hour. The Obama Care Medical Insurance System has recently scarcely been devoted to medical care, and many caregivers are being put to work for the elderly because of aging.
The caregiver is currently the fastest immigrant program available to receive work permits, and TIS emphasizes that it can get a green card faster if it goes on in the US.
(Source: Joongang Daily)