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National Interest Waiver Program

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Coldery

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Hey guys! If I wanted to work (and eventually immigrate) in the US after completing medical school in Canada, how would I go about that? I am aware that other routes towards working in the US require the completion of USMLE I, II, and III but is this also the case with the National Interest Waiver route? I have also heard that it only takes 5 years of working in a Underserved Area, to get a green card with this option... If anybody has any other information about this it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
 
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