J-1 Waivers Under the Conrad State 30 Program

J-1 Waivers Under the Conrad State 30 Program

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Release Date6/30/14
Length7 pages
Foreign medical graduates who complete graduate medical education in the United States in J-1 status are obliged to return to their home countries for two years unless they can obtain a waiver. The Conrad State 30 Program allows state departments of health to recommend up to 30 so-called J-1 waivers per year-and thus attract doctors to areas with shortages of medical care or medically underserved populations. Under the program, the doctors must serve for at least three years. Get the details in AILA's new monograph, "J-1 Waiver Applications Under the Conrad State 30 Program," from the AILA Health Care Professionals/Physicians Committee.

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The AILA Health Care Professionals/Physicians Committee works on issues unique to foreign-born physicians and other health care professionals. The committee assists various AILA committees by writing agenda items for upcoming meetings with government agencies, including the Waiver Review Division (WRD) of the U.S. Department of State. The committee also accepts WRD case inquiries, creates practice pointers, and provides support to attorneys who file petitions and applications for health care professionals.

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