Your U.S. Career, Your Way
Providing international nurses and professionals with extraordinary U.S. careers.
We hire qualified international nurses and and help them achieve a rewarding career in the U.S.
Affinity Care pays immigration visa sponsorship fees for our nurses and medical professionals, providing expert guidance every step of the way.
Affinity Care provides careers for international nursing graduates in the U.S. on OPT to work in some of the best healthcare facilities in America.
Our Affinity Care training & education program helps you grow and learn as a nurse in the U.S.
Start your Journey
Take a look at what your journey to the U.S. could look like.
International Nurses and Nursing Students
International nurses play a vital role in the U.S. healthcare system, contributing to the delivery of high-quality care to patients across the country. The shortage of healthcare professionals, particularly in certain regions and specialties, has led to a growing demand for international nurses to fill critical gaps in the workforce. International nurses bring with them unique perspectives and experiences that enrich the healthcare industry and help to improve patient outcomes.
Getting Your Journey Started
As an international nurse, there are many opportunities to pursue a rewarding career in the U.S. healthcare system. There are positions available for a wide range of nursing specialties, including medical-surgical nursing, critical care nursing, emergency nursing, pediatrics, oncology, and many others. Whether you have recently graduated or you are an experienced nurse, there are opportunities for you to advance your career and expand your skills.
Benefits & Reward Packages
It's important for employers to recognize the hard work and dedication of their employees, and offering rewards is one way to show appreciation and encourage continued success. By creating a positive and supportive work environment, Affinity Care can help attract and retain talented nurses who are committed to providing high-quality care to patients.