Intensivist - Pediatrics
- Product Code: list of visa-friendly hospitals (critical care - pediatrics)
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Get a list of hospitals that have historically sponsored J-1 waiver positions for critical care/intensivist - pediatrics. We provide a list of positions for each hospital that has sponsored attendings for an H1B visa since 2017. We also provide detailed information from USCIS for each H1B position to determine which of these are J-1 waiver positions.
PLEASE LOOK AT HOSPITALS THAT HAVE SPONSORED YOUR SPECIALTY, NOT SUBSPECIALTY.
If you are looking for a pediatric critical care/intensivist position, please get access to the list of hospitals that have sponsored PEDIATRIC positions (including all subspecialites) at https://j-1waiver.com/pediatrics in order not to miss out on opportunities! WHY? The most important information we provide for you is which pediatric hospitals CAN sponsor J-1 waivers. If a hospital has not sponsored pediatric critical care/intensivist in the past five years, it may have openings this year and sponsor you - as long as they CAN sponsor.
Select the states that you are interested in and gain access to the following information on a state level:
- A list of hospitals that have sponsored a H1B attendings in the selected specialty since 2017
- Location of the hospitals
- Year of employment start
- User feedback on certain hospitals (if there is any)
Please see an example below for anesthesiology attending positions in Maine.
Once you click on Extra Information for a specific hospital, you will get a list of positions with detailed information from USCIS that helps you determine whether this hospital has been sponsoring J-1 waiver positions:
- Start date of employment
- End date of H1B visa (we only show 3 years duration positions)
- Visa submission month/year
- USCIC New Employment Designation (^ symbol)
- Salaries offered over the years
You can tell J-1 waiver positions apart from the rest (e.g. continued H1B employment) by looking at the start month and the USCIS designation of New Employment (^ symbol). This way you gain even more confidence which hospital sponsored J-1 waiver attendings.
Please see an example below for anesthesiology attending positions at Eastern Maine Medical Center. The attending positions that are most likely J-1 waiver positions are highlighted with the blue boxes
How does this list benefit you?
You basically get a list of hospitals that have historically sponsored J-1 waiver attendings. These are the hospitals that meet the requirements to sponsor as well as have the experience and expertise to do so! These should be the target hospitals that you connect with in the states that you are interested in.
By looking at the salary range you are able to choose the employer that offers the most financial benefits and you can use that information to better negotiate the salary that you absolutely deserve. Knowing this information can literally earn you tens of thousands of dollars on a yearly basis.
It also involves a strategy guide from an attending who got a J-1 waiver positions that will show you all the steps that take to nail a waiver position. The many tips and caveats will point you to the right direction.
Why should you trust us? Why would you have confidence in the data?
We mined this data from US Government Agencies and filtered it using our own algorithms. My friend went through this process herself and she can personally contest that the information given to her during her interviews matches with the data put together here, meaning that the data source is reliable and our technique of extracting the data is also reliable.
You cannot find another list like this online. There are recruiters out there who claim they have a list of hospitals that sponsor J1 waivers. We interacted with them and they only present you a subset of these places through their personal connections. They can be useful, but they cannot (and by the contracts we have seen) will not offer you a list of places that you can choose from.
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