I'm an IMG, planning for canadian immigration in 2019. Currently in South Asia. Interested in Surgery post graduation (preferably in Orthopedics/ Urology/ Plastics). Can someone please guide me as to what route i have to take and what exams are necessary for me? I'm a 2016 graduate.
I don't have enough points for Canadian Express entry. Can you please share any information you have regarding alternative paths to immigrate to Canada? Is there a way to get a job offer without clearing NDEB? Please share your experience.
Does anyone know what the best steps are to take:
I am a Canadian Pharmacist (BSc Pharm) . I graduated with a PharmD from Colorado. I would like to work in the states as a Pharmacist. I have a job offer. I don't have my SSN, and therefore could not yet apply to write my NAPLEX exam...
Like title states, I am an Canadian who went to a US medical school and got into a US residency. Currently in my Intern year on my OPT (from F-1 visa). I just finished my Step 3, and is looking into applying for H1b (my residency does do H1). Issue is, my state only give out 1 year temporary...
Hi there! I am a US citizen married to an NZ citizen who is currently doing his own PhD here in the US. I've been thinking about pursuing medicine for a while and have made some steps down that path: I finished my undergrad degree in philosophy in 2013, now work as a research assistant in a...
Combed through for a similar case but have been unable to find one so please pardon me. I'm applying in the spring and understand that it is possible to be asked regarding any criminal record on secondaries (and
the AMCAS app itself).
As an undocumented immigrant (infant with...
I am a medical student in South Africa and am interested in pursuing Anatomical Pathology as a career.
1. Does a non-clinical profession (such as anat path) have a better chance of entering the USA than a clinical or surgical profession?
2. Would it be an easier process to enter and...