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What is the process to become a Nurse with IsoMed?
The process to become a Nurse in the US with IsoMed has multiple steps. IsoMed representatives will help you through each step of the process, and pay for the costs each step of the way.
Processes you must complete to become certified as a Nurse -
Education and license verification
Pass an English proficiency exam
Receive Authorization to Test for NCLEX
Pass the NCLEX
License for state you will be working in
What is the starting wage for a Nurse in the US?
A starting wage for a Nurse in the United States is $30 per hour, or more.
What if my English is already good enough, do I need to take the English exam?
Yes, an English proficiency exam is required. Fortunately, the TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE are all acceptable options.
If I don't pass the NCLEX or the English exam the first time, can I retake the test?
Yes, the tests can be retaken. If you don't pass the NCLEX you need to wait at least 45 days to test again. There is a substantial cost to IsoMed to retake the test so studying ahead of time and preparing yourself correctly is very important.
Can my family join me in the United States?
Yes, the visa that IsoMed uses allows your whole family to come with you. It also allows your spouse to legally work while in the US.
IsoMed will only cover the costs of the Nurse's move to the US but the whole family is welcome.
What relocation costs does IsoMed help cover?
IsoMed will facilitate your relocation and provide a one-way ticket to your job location including two (2) checked bags. Any other furnishings, bags etc. are paid for by the Nurse.
What city will I work in?
IsoMed has opportunities in multiple cities throughout the US. Your location will be determined by the hospital or facility you interview with and are selected by. We will make every effort possible to locate you in a city of your choice.
Where will I be living?
IsoMed will help you secure living arrangements in the US. Starting out, we recommend living in an apartment close to the hospital that allows you to live in a safe, convenient location for your work.
How long can I stay in the USA?
The visa IsoMed will secure for you is a non-immigrant visa but it is infinitely renewable as long as you continue working with IsoMed. You are allowed to stay in the US as long as you remain visa-eligible.
Can I advance my career with IsoMed?
Yes, advancing your career is important to IsoMed. Nothing will stop you from progressing in your career to higher compensation or roles within the healthcare facility.