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“They were hands-on.” – Amanda, USRN

“They were hands-on.” – Amanda, USRN

I was excited when I signed up with Health Carousel way back last quarter of 2016. I know that this is the start of realizing my American dream. I was handled by different processing associates/international advisors. And they were hands-on on their jobs, but you also have to update them from time to time. Communication is very essential for fast transactions since you and your advisor are...

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“It’s my turn.” – Sherryl, USRN

“It’s my turn.” – Sherryl, USRN

It’s my turn. Good things happen to those who wait, but the best things are for those who do something to achieve their dreams and pray hard that all will work out. I took my NCLEX last 2009 and unfortunately was abandoned by my employer. I lost hope and gave up my American dream, and convinced myself that maybe it was not for me. I worked in different countries after that. Until one day in...

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“About to start a new chapter.” – Mariette, USRN

“About to start a new chapter.” – Mariette, USRN

I signed up with PassportUSA in October 2016, back then I remember asking Shane Howard of how much time it would take for me and my family to get here in the USA and he answered 2-3 years. True enough, here we are, about to start a new chapter in our lives. To PassportUSA/Health Carousel Philippines, nothing I can say that will ever convey the amount of gratitude for fulfilling this dream for...

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“They were hands-on.” – Amanda, USRN

I was excited when I signed up with Health Carousel way back last quarter of 2016. I know that this is the start of realizing my American dream. I was handled by different processing associates/international advisors. And they were hands-on on...

Learn More

“It’s my turn.” – Sherryl, USRN

It’s my turn. Good things happen to those who wait, but the best things are for those who do something to achieve their dreams and pray hard that all will work out. I took my NCLEX last 2009 and unfortunately was abandoned by my employer. I lost...

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