Immigration Options for Nurses, 2nd Ed.

Immigration Options for Nurses, 2nd Ed.

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Immigration Options for Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals is your single-volume reference for "how-to" tips, practical guidance and alternatives available to health care workers in this complicated area of immigration.


As part of "AILA's Occupational Guidebook Series," Immigration Options for Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals is a comprehensive collection of guidance and insights from leading practitioners of medical immigration law and provides information on:

  • Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visa Options
  • Health Care Certification Requirements
  • Occupational State-by-State Licensing Requirements
  • NAFTA and Health Care Professionals
  • Relevant Rules, Memos, Liaison Minutes and more!


These comprehensive collections of insight and guidance from leading practitioners of medical immigration law are indispensable resources when helping those in the medical profession find work in the United States.


The occupation-specific guidance found in Immigration Options for Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals can be used as a model to identify ways to handle the many health-care worker occupations.


A perfect companion to Immigration Options for Physicians.


"[T]his Guidebook seeks to highlight the importance of understanding the role of state laws in the regulation of these occupations and their interaction with federal immigration law. To this end, charts compiling applicable state law governing the most common health care worker occupations are included."

-Editor-in-chief, James David Acoba


ISBN 978-1-57370-254-6
September 2009
376 pages

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ABOUT THE EDITORS

James David Acoba is a retired naval medical officer, a retired former board member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and a semi-retired immigration practitioner, who continues to dabble in health care staffing immigration law as a hobby. He devotes most of his time to his wife of 40 years; together they are trying to dance better in ballroom competitions. The rest of the time, he spends with his three wonderful grandchildren who will grow up to make the world a better place. He no longer sports a pony tail. (He’s bald).


Matthew S. Dunn has a national reputation in immigration law, especially in the areas of finance, health care, and technology. Mr. Dunn is co-chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Immigration and Nationality Law Committee. He is a past chair of AILA’s 1,000-member New York Chapter and was also a member of AILA’s governing board of directors. Mr. Dunn is also a member of the New York City Bar Association’s Immigration and Nationality Law Committee. Mr. Dunn is listed in The Best Lawyers in America for 2008 and Chambers USA—America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for 2008 and New York Super Lawyers for 2007. His expertise in immigration law has led to appearances on CNN, NBC, FOX and Channel 9 UPN, and he is frequently quoted in The New York Times, Daily News, Newsday and New York Sun. Mr. Dunn served as an assistant district counsel for the legacy Immigration and Naturalization Service and as an assistant district attorney in Suffolk County, NY.

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