ALERT: 5/30/08 Opportunity to Tell USCIS how Visas for Nurses Impact your Medical Facility
May 27, 2008 - This is a rare opportunity to communicate with the Department of Homeland Security/USCIS Ombudsman via telephone conference for one hour on May 30, 2008 at 3pm EDT concerning how the shortage of visas for RNs directly affects the operation of your hospital.
To participate in the call, please RSVP 48 hours in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying that you wish to participate in the Visas for Nurses teleconference, and you will receive a return email with the call-in information. Please also submit your questions at the same time.
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You're probably wondering who in the world is the USCIS Ombudsman?
You should contact the CIS Ombudsman if you have an ongoing or immediate issue with USCIS, such as:
We will publish the Q&A from this call when released by USCIS on our Blog.
- You are facing, or are about to face, an immediate adverse action or impact, an emergency or any other type of significant hardship caused by an action/inaction/delay in processing by USCIS, or a problem, which could not be resolved through the normal processes provided for by USCIS;
- Your case experienced processing delays beyond anticipated processing times;
- You will incur, or are about to incur, significant and unusual costs (including fees for professional representation that are not normally incurred);
- Have not received a response or resolution within the anticipated time frames as published by USCIS.
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