The process takes about 18 to 24 months.

Your salary will be at least USD 4200 per month.

You’ll need to work 20 hours a week for at least one year in order to accrue the appropriate number of hours in an acute, adult care setting.

As your NCLEX-RN date approaches, our sister company PHP (based in Atlanta, U.S.) will interview you and offer you a job based on the position you are currently working in.

Yes. The age limit is 48 for most Registered Nurses. If you are at the age limit, your application must be fast-tracked.

Unfortunately, we only recruit Registered Nurses.

You will need to have a valid nursing license and a Bachelor or Diploma in nursing. You also need to have spent at least one year post-qualification working in a facility with a minimum capacity of 100 beds at the time of interview with potential U.S. employers.

No, only licensed Registered Nurses qualify for the program.

You will be required to complete a minimum of 6240 hours. If our Registered Nurses do not complete this within three years, the contract will be extended.


That depends – there are only a few locations worldwide where the NCLEX-RN exam can be administered. We advise that our nurses write in the location nearest to them. For example, nurses in Africa will write in Johannesburg, nurses in the Middle East and Nepal will write in London, India, or Turkey, and nurses from the Philippines can write in their own country.

No. You will not need to pay back any fees other than a rebate on fees associated with the Intensive NCLEX Review, which is only due to us after your placement in the U.S.

While we don’t enforce compulsory study hours, nurses who enroll in our program undertake an obligation to themselves to retain their sponsorship through dedication, progress, and commitment to the program.


No. Only the IELTS will qualify you for working in the U.S., and you must achieve a minimum score of 7 in the speaking band and 6.5 overall.

No. You need to be legally married to your partner in order for them to accompany you.

You can let us know if you have any preferences and we will do our best to place you nearby but, ultimately, you cannot choose where you are posted.

The type of visa that international Registered Nurses qualify for is the employment-based category 3 EB3 visa, which is a permanent residence visa.

Yes. Your legally married spouse and any unmarried children under the age of 21 may accompany you.

We will arrange your accommodation and pay for your first month’s rent.

Although the cost of living varies from state to state, you can get a mortgage for a large house for between USD 800 and USD 1000 per month. The salary that you will earn from the post arranged through Adevia will be more than sufficient to cover the cost of living in the U.S.

There are a lot of work visas that qualify someone for employment in the United States, like the L1B and H1B.

We equip our nurses with the EB3 visa, which gives skilled workers permanent residency in the U.S. Please note that the work permit does not actually come from Adevia Health; we simply facilitate the application for the visa from the relevant U.S. immigration boards.



You can write your IELTS before your NCLEX-RN. However, in the order of our program, you would normally write it after you have passed the NCLEX-RN. This is to ensure that you complete the entire recruitment process well before your IELTS results expire in two years.

Yes, the spousal permit allows your partner to work in the U.S. as well.

Once you have been assigned to a hospital and state, we will assist you in finding schools in that area for your children.

We recommend that you spend 2-3 months settling into your new job and your new living situation in the U.S. before your family joins you, as this will give you plenty of time to adjust and it will also prepare you to ease their arrival into a new country.

No, we do not sponsor the family immigration visa. However, we will facilitate your family’s application to make this process as smooth as possible for you!

Yes, if your child is legally adopted by you and if they are unmarried and under 21 years old, then they will qualify.

All the nurses in our program will receive an EB3 visa, which qualifies you for permanent residency.

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