Attorney Ann Massey Badmus and her team eliminate immigration barriers so foreign medical graduate (FMG) physicians can join or start a medical practice on schedule.
The problem for FMG physicians and the medical employers who want their services is the complex U.S. immigration system that can delay or even defeat the hire of FMG physicians if not properly followed.
In addition, without the right guidance, employers can mistakenly violate confusing immigration rules, exposing themselves to fines, penalties, and other business losses.
We solve these immigration problems with fast, easy-to-understand advice and an efficient, streamlined approach tailored to the health care industry so your immigration experience is easy and stress-free.
With 30 years of successful work with physicians, nurses and other medical professionals from around the world, our immigration team has earned a reputation as the immigration legal counsel of choice for medical professionals and employers. With a very few exceptions, we offer our legal services on a fixed-fee basis.
Whether you require a:
- J-1 visa (exchange visitor visa)
- H-1B visa (professional worker visa)
- O-1 visa (extraordinary ability visa)
- TN visa (Trade NAFTA for Canadian and Mexican citizens)
- Waivers of the two-year foreign residency requirement
- Employer sponsored green cards including EB-1 extraordinary ability/outstanding researcher, labor certification, and national interest waiver
- Family sponsored green card
Our attorneys will take the time to carefully explain everything and advise you on your best options. We understand each case is different so you’re assured of truly personalized service.
If you are an employer representative, physician, or recruiter seeking advice and stress-free immigration assistance with a placement or hire, call us now on 214-494-8033 or click here for a confidential and thorough 30-minute consultation with one of our attorneys.
NOTE: Immigration law changes frequently. The resources and information provided on this web site are intended to help you understand basic issues involved in the immigration process, and are offered only for general informational and educational purposes. This information is not offered as, nor does it constitute legal advice or legal opinions. Although we strive to keep this information current, we neither promise nor guarantee that the information is the latest available, or that it applies to your specific situation. You should not act or rely upon the information in these pages without seeking the advice of an attorney.
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