This list includes the following categories of professionals:
Licensed nurses with a job offer from an American hospital or medical center;
Physiotherapists with a job offer from an American entrepreneur;
Foreign nationals willing to work in professions for which, according to the US Department of Labor, there is a shortage of skilled workers among Americans;
American companies wishing to sponsor Green Cards for foreign nationals willing to work in professions that the US Department of Labor has classified as rare and understaffed.
A list of professions for which there is a large shortage of skilled labor among Americans:
Physiotherapists of all qualifications, licensed to practice;
Licensed professional nurses, nannies and nurses.
The profession “Physiotherapist” means a specialist who is able to apply the art and science of physical therapy in the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with various physical injuries and disabilities in order to reduce pain, develop or restore lost functions, and maintain normal body functioning, while using physical means such as massage, exposure to high temperatures, water, light, electricity, as prescribed by the attending physician or surgeon.
Professionals with exceptional aptitude for science or art;
College and university professors with unique pedagogical ability who have taught their science subject or art for the year prior to application and who intend to teach the same subject or art in the United States.
This group includes any area of knowledge and / or skills for which colleges and universities usually offer specialized courses of study.
Green Card [Green Card]. Documents for registration.
If you would like to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States, that is, to receive a Green Card, you must submit the following documents to the American Immigration Center [USCIS]:
All documents in a foreign language must be accompanied by English translations, which the translator has certified that they are complete and correct, as well as the translator’s license proving his right and competence to translate from another language into English.
USCIS Form I-485, Application for United States Permanent Residence Registration, duly signed and registered upon full payment. For children under the age of 14, a parent or guardian may sign the Application;
Appendix to Form I-485 / A if additional payment is required;
Form G-325A – Curriculum Vitae for applicants aged 14 to 79;
USCIS Form I-693 Medical Examination Data;
USCIS Form I-864 – Affidavit of Oath of Support from a Sponsor;
Copy of USCIS Form I-94 – Original Arrival Document, or US Clearance;
A copy of the notice from USCIS if your Immigration Petition has been approved;
A copy of your passport page with your nonimmigrant visa if you received it at the US Consulate within the past year;
A copy of your foreign birth certificate;
Two identical color photographs in profile without headgear according to the following specifications: 1. Applications made within 30 days after registration;
2. Without a headdress, in profile with three quarters, showing the right side of your face and right ear, (you can wear a headdress if required by the religious order you follow;
3. Have a white background and not more than 2 inches from the top of the head to the crown of the head, and approximately 1 and 1/4 inches from the bottom to the chin; 4. On glossy paper.
Fingerprints for individuals between the ages of 14 and 75. After registering your application for immigration status, USCIS will notify you of the time and location for fingerprinting;
Police clearance certificates and other documents of a similar nature.
Green Card [Green Card]. Reasons for refusal
A consular officer may deny you an immigration visa on the following grounds:
1. Reasons related to health:
you have an infectious disease that poses a health risk to the United States;
You have not received the required vaccinations;
You have a physical or mental disorder and may endanger the property, safety, or well-being of others;
You are a drug addict or a taxi addict;
You are a heavy alcoholic and may endanger the property, safety, or well-being of others; 2. Grounds related to criminal activity:
You have committed crimes involving non-pecuniary damage;
You have had multiple criminal convictions and committed violations, with the exception of simply political ones, which collectively give a term of five years or more;
You have been accused (convicted) of trafficking in other people’s things owned by a spouse, son or daughter of a foreign compatriot who is or was your accomplice;
You were prostituted , or are going to borrow it in the USA;
You are directly or indirectly providing or attempting to secure the travel of prostitutes to the United States;
You come to the United States to engage (engage) in illegal business activities 3. Safety related grounds:
You plan to enter the United States to engage exclusively, predominantly, or incidentally in any activity in violation of any US espionage or sabotage law;
You plan to enter the United States to engage exclusively, predominantly, or incidentally in any activity that violates any US law prohibiting the export from the United States of goods, technology, or information;
You plan to enter the United States to engage exclusively, predominantly, or incidentally in any activity that aims to oppose, or control, or overthrow the US Government. 4. Grounds related to social burden:
You may be denied an Immigrant Visa if, as the consular officer suggests, you are under public charges (burden). 5. Grounds related to immigration violations:
You arrived in the United States without the consent of the American Immigration Center (USCIS);
You have failed or refused to perform official duties;
You have sought (or have provided) the benefits of immigration through fraud or misrepresentation;
You falsely claimed American citizenship;
You are a free rider;
You were smuggling;
You have abused your student visa. 6. Grounds related to civil unsuitability:
You have avoided or evaded training or military service during a war or a period declared by the President to be a national emergency. 7. Grounds related to violation of the rules of stay in the United States:
You were ordered to be removed from the United States;
You have been illegally in the United States for 180 days to a year – You are prohibited from entering the United States for three years;
You have been illegally present in the United States for over a year – You have been banned from entering the United States for ten years. Other grounds:
You come to the United States practicing polygamy;
You are a guardian accompanying an unacceptable foreigner;
You are internationally involved in child abduction;
You are a former American citizen who renounced citizenship to avoid taxation.
You were in the United States under the J-1 exchange program and were funded by an agency of the US government or the government of your country or your last place of residence;
You have not lived in your homeland for at least two years after leaving the United States.
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