ILW.com’s The Nurse Immigration Book is shipping; we have just received our copies here at HLG. At nearly 900 pages, the book is a “must” for those who work at the corner of Nurse Street and Immigration Road. (...And yes, Immigration Road does need repairs!)
Not only does the book fully explain the nurse immigration process, but it contains many interesting articles on the nursing crisis and on recruiting companies’ specific retention challenges. The book’s second half is all of the relevant INA statutes, regulations, Memoranda, and licensing data that a practicioner could ever want.
HLG was pleased to contribute two articles to The Nurse Immigration Book. Mike Hammond’s article “Managing or Achieving Expectations: The Keys to Success” is an essay on setting the right goals for your recruiting and staffing business.
Chris Musillo’s “Immigration Basics for Allied Professional Healthcare Workers” is the “step-child” of the book. Musillo’s article explains the immigration process for healthcare occupations other than nurses: Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Medical Technologists, Speech Language Pathologists, and Audiologists.