Can Spouses of Registered Nurses & Medical Technologists work in the U.S.?
When healthcare workers from other countries come to the United States on certain visas, they often wonder if their spouses can work too. Having both partners working can help with money when they’re starting a new life in a new place. In this article, do you know what spouses of registered nurses and medical technologists can do if they’re on H-1B or EB-3 visas?
– This is a permanent residency visa through an employment-based sponsorship
– Under an EB-3 visa, your spouse is eligible to work.
– This applies to registered nurses and medical technologists.
– If you and your spouse plan to move to the U.S. and look for jobs together, the EB-3 visa is a good choice because your spouse can start working right away.
– H-1B is a temporary visa which allows U.S. companies to hire foreign professionals.
– Under the H-1B visa lottery system, processing and deployment timing can be faster than EB3 if you are selected from the lottery.
– However, H1b holder’s spouses (H4) are not eligible for work authorization, except under special circumstances.
We encourageyou to consult official government sources for the most up-to-date and accurate information on spousal employment eligibility for H-1B visa holders, as immigration laws can evolve and change over time.
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