Travel Nursing Jobs in the U.S. for Canadian RNs
If you're a Canadian RN looking for a nursing job in the U.S., American Mobile can help!
Canadian RNs looking for nursing jobs in the U.S. will find a wide variety of opportunities as a travel nurse. American Mobile offers extensive support to help make your transition into the American healthcare workforce quick and seamless.
American Mobile believes in the team approach and we'll help you every step of the way:
- Onsite immigration experts provide assistance with your NCLEX and VisaScreen process
- RN clinical liaisons who provide 24/7 clinical support
- Highly-experienced recruiters to help you maximize your time in the United States and achieve your career goals
Working as a travel nurse in the United States couldn’t be easier.
As an American Mobile travel nurse, you’ll receive the following benefits:
- Excellent pay and incentive programs
- Medical and dental coverage from day 1
- Free, private, quality housing located close to your workplace
- We will assist you in the process for your VisaScreen Certificate, US nursing license and NCLEX previously obtained those documents
- 8-39 week assignments
- Contract extensions in some facilities
Requirements for Working as a Travel Nurse in the United States if you need a U.S. visa to work:
- Canadian Passport
- TN Visa: the TN Status allows Canadian nurses to work in the United States. Your trade NAFTA visa will be sponsored by American Mobile and can be renewed; it is normally issued for up to three years.
- Passing NCLEX RN results: If you have not already passed this exam in Canada, we can offer you guidance on applying for the test will assist you. You need passing NCLEX RN results in order to qualify for a VisaScreen Certificate.
- VisaScreen Certificate: You must have a current VisaScreen Certificate issued by I.C.H.P. (division of CGFNS) to qualify for a TN Visa.
- US Nursing License: Must be eligible for an RN license in the state of intended employment. Some states have a reciprocal arrangement with Canada, which means nurses do not need the nursing license from that state.
Your Assignment’s About to Finish. What Now?
- Extend your assignment at your current facility.
- Try a different assignment in a new location.
- Take time off before your next assignment to travel.
- Return to Canada, where we will assist you with further job placement.