Frequently Asked Questions:
Where can I find my Consular Interview date?
KHR or the embassy will contact you with this date, once set. Please see our resources page for more info.
How long is my job offer letter valid for?
Your notarized job interview letter is valid for one year.
Can I transfer to a different facility during my initial contract?
No. This immigration process is tied to work at the specific facility location. You must remain for the duration of your agreement.
Do I need a United States Visa Screen?
Yes. This process is required for your immigration process. It can take multiple months to receive your Visa Screen so it is advised that you begin this process as quickly as possible if you intend to immigrate to the U.S. in your near future.
What documents and information must I supply?
This can vary depending on your specific case, however you may find more information in our resources page.
What costs will KHR cover?
- KHR will pay 2 month’s rent.
- KHR will pay for a basic coach ticket, and any other costs will be paid by the RN.
- KHR will also provide you with an Uber card to help you with transportation costs during your move. If there are any costs you incurred after joining KHR that are reimbursable, please provide us with the receipt and KHR policy is to repay you 30-60 days after you begin employment as a registered nurse with the sponsoring facility.
- KHR policy is to pay for or reimburse for certain costs incurred after joining KHR. These include immigration costs including I-140 fees, NVC fees, green card fees, NCLEX(typically at $350) or state endorsement fees, IELTS, Visa Screen, reasonable basic flight to the US, UBER card for use upon entering the US, and 2 months reasonable basic housing/rent.
This does not include police certificates, medical examinations, telephones, postage, furniture, travel upgrades, additional flights, taxis, shuttles, hotels, meals, cable TV, inter-US or other travel-related costs, family expenses, expedite fees or other costs.