Immigration Solutions for Healthcare Professionals and Medical Employers

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    IMMIGRATION EXAMINATIONS FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

    Are you a doctor, nurse, physical therapist, or other medical professional? Do you want to live and work in the United States? Do you want to pursue professional opportunities unrestrained by visa requirements? But you don’t know what to do next? Getting competent legal advice is the first step to your immigration success. Watch our video and learn how we can help!

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    Meet Ann Massey Badmus

    Serving medical professionals and employers since 1993

    Ann Massey Badmus is an immigration attorney, advocate, and strategist who has helped over 3000 medical professionals practice their profession in the United States since 1993. She is well versed in the ever-changing rules and regulations of immigration, especially for those in the healthcare industry. At Badmus & Associates, her immigration team is comprised of highly qualified attorneys, paralegals and support staff, who work to determine the best strategies and solutions and world-class service for clients.

    And that is the advantage of working with Ms. Badmus. Quite simply, she understands what is important to you and uses technology and commitment to excellence to keep you informed about your case and help you achieve your immigration goals.

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    At Badmus & Associates, our legal team steers you through confusing and complicated immigration rules and regulations so you can achieve your personal and business goals. Reach out to us today and get the right advice and the peace of mind that comes with the knowledge that you have the best help available for your important immigration matters.

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    USCIS Implements Employment Authorization for Individuals Covered by Deferred Enforced Departure for Hong Kong Residents

    Eligible Hong Kong Residents May Apply for EADs and Travel Authorization U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today issued a Federal Register notice with information on how to apply for employment authorization for eligible Hong Kong residents covered under the president’s Aug….

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    Justice, Labor Departments Reach Settlements with Facebook Resolving Claims of Discrimination Against U.S. Workers

    The U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Labor today announced separate settlement agreements with Facebook regarding its use of the permanent labor certification program (PERM). The Justice Department’s settlement resolves its claims that Facebook routinely refused to…

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    What You Should Know and Do About Your USCIS Receipt Notice

    Whenever you send an application or petition to the USCIS, you should expect a “receipt notice,” or Form I-797C which is titled Notice of Action.  Typically, applicants get the receipt notice about 2 to 4 weeks after the USCIS receives the…

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