Are You An International Registered Nurse? CareerKnacks Needs You!

Are You An International Registered Nurse? CareerKnacks Needs You!

 

international nurses from around the world

 

The increase in demand for nurses in America means that here at CareerKnacks our needs are also growing. We work closely with our American clients to find them the best international nurses we can to fill their growing need for quality Registered Nurses. As we head into 2017, we need you more than ever. If you are an international nurse that is looking for a bit of adventure and an incredible opportunity to further your career in America, we can help! And the best part is, we are a no placement fee agency! That means that you pay us nothing for your placement with one of our American clients. We have worked with nurses in dozens of countries, and have plenty of experience to walk you through the entire hiring process. Read more

The Power of the Gratitude On Nurses With the Honor-A-Nurse Program

The Power of the Gratitude On Nurses With the Honor-A-Nurse Program

 

We have all heard about the benefits that come from being more grateful: boosted immune system, lower blood pressure, and increased happiness. And as a new year is dawning, many will be looking for positive ways to make a difference in 2017. But what does the power of gratitude mean for our nurses and other caregivers? Well, a simple little thing like gratitude has been shown to impact the quality of patient care as well as the caregiver’s own well being. The thought that gratitude can have a dramatic impact on patient outcomes is astounding and is the reason for a powerful program that works hard to honor our nurses. Read more

Most Frequently Asked Questions About H-1B Visas

Most Frequently Asked Questions About H-1B Visas

What is an H-1B visa?
An H-1B visa is a non-immigrant visa that allows US companies to employ foreign nationals in specialty occupations such as engineering, architecture, mathematics, Science and medicine.  

How long is an H-1B visa?
The H-1B visa is normally granted for 3 years and can be extended for up to 6 years.

How long does it take to obtain an H-1B visa?
The H-1B visa can generally be obtained within 4-6 weeks if premium processing is utilized.

Is there a cap on the number of H-1B visas that can be issued per year?
We are fortunate that our US hospital clients are not subject to any numerical cap.  As they are magnet facilities and teaching hospitals they can apply for H-1B visas year round with no numerical limit attached to them. Read more

CareerKnacks Brings You the H-1B Visa Timeline

CareerKnacks Brings You the H-1B Visa Timeline

Congratulations! You have landed a job as an RN in America. Now one big question remains: how long will it take to get my visa? While the H-1B visa process can get a bit complicated, we like to keep things simple for you. Here is an approximate idea of what you can expect from your own visa experience. 

 

CareerKnacks Brings You the NCLEX-RN®  Exam Timeline

CareerKnacks Brings You the NCLEX-RN® Exam Timeline

Here at CareerKnacks, we understand that the thought of moving to America can be overwhelming, let alone everything you need to do in order to get there. So we happily walk our clients through this process to make it as easy as possible. If you have been wondering how long the process will take to prepare for the NCLEX-RN®  Exam, check out our easy timeline for a more detailed look at the required steps. And if you have any questions, let us know! We are always happy to help.