United State Cries Out For Help Calling On Health And Medical Workers Around The World To Apply For VISA To Help Fight Coronavirus
The United States is ready to open its doors to medical health professionals in wake of the new coronavirus pandemic.
The USA has now been officially declared as the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic after recording more cases than the origin of the virus in China.
This new development has prompted the USA to open its borders to medical health workers and professionals from all over the world.
The message was announced on the United States travel department official twitter handle.
The new visa categories is meant for those who seek work, or exchange visitor visa program – here is the full message below:
We encourage medical professionals seeking work in the U.S. on a work or exchange visitor visa (H or J), particularly those working on #COVID19 issues,
to contact the nearest U.S. Embassy/ Consulate for a visa appointment. Please see more information here: http://ow.ly/rPU450yX6fJ
The H-2 visa program is essential to the economy and food security of the United States and is a national security priority.
Although we have temporarily suspended routine visa services, we intend to continue processing H-2 cases. For more information: http://ow.ly/655L50yX63p
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