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You’re instantly a loved and respected member of our family once you join our team.
We keep our standards high by holding one another accountable and rewarding achievements.
We invest in ongoing development and training in order to deliver the highest quality of care.
We offer the best benefits in the business to keep our employees healthy and happy.
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Caregiver Jobs: International Recruitment
Solving the Nursing Shortage
We recruit, sponsor, and employ Registered Nurses with at least two years of experience.
- Current nursing or CNAs qualifications to practice in the state of Georgia
- Pediatric experience preferred (0yrs – 21yrs of age)
- For nurses only: Preferred experience with vents, trachs, G-tubes, IVs (Training provided if not experienced)
- Current CPR certification.
- Evidence of negative TB skin test or chest x-ray
- Negative Drug Test (company provided)
- Satisfactory criminal background check
English Proficiency Test
The majority of states require the candidate to pass the proficiency in English test. This proficiency can be assessed through two exams:
The Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) is an institution that assists healthcare professionals in validating academic and professional credentials.
After the documents have been validated by CGFNS, the license withdrawal process begins with the nursing board of interest.
NCLEX is an exam that Americans and foreign nurses must take in order to obtain the license needed to practice the profession.
At this stage, ACP will act as your employer (sponsor). The immigration stage will be developed by a partner office.
Frequently Asked Questions
CGFNS International is an immigration neutral nonprofit organization that helps foreign educated healthcare professionals live and work in their country of choice by assessing and validating their academic and professional credentials.
In order to work as a nurse in the US, you need to have at least a two-year associate’s degree in nursing, though four-year bachelor’s degrees are becoming a common essential for employers. Some states may even require nurses with an associate’s degree to eventually earn a bachelor’s in order to maintain their license.
The National Council Licensure Examination is an examination, administered and regulated by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) that awards licensure to Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses throughout the United States.
The most common requirements to become a nurse practitioner include a minimum of a master’s degree in advanced nursing, a valid RN license, and passing a national certification or state-issued exam.