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Physical Therapy Jobs in the USA
For Foreign Professionals

 

 

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                 Process!!

from Credential Evaluation to

your Dream Job in USA!!

 

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Alda Staffing welcomes applications from foreign professionals in Physical Therapy searching for American therapy jobs.

 

There are three stages to complete in order to secure American therapy jobs as a physical therapist. Each includes working with agencies or groups-from FCCPT to FSBPT-to be eligible for our American therapy jobs.

1. Credentialing
2. Licensing
3. Immigration Approval

1. Credentialing is performed by a board approved agency to ensure that your education is equivalent to a U.S. awarded Physical Therapy degree. Every state has specific requirements for the number of hours in each subject and the breakdown of clinical requirements. Each state also has specific credentialing agencies they work with-such as the FCCPT or the International Credentialing Associates-including one or more of the following agencies.

 

 

FCCT - Foreign Credentialing Commission on PT
P. O. Box 25827
Alexandria, VA 22314

International Consultants
of Delaware, Inc.
109 Barksdale Professional Center
Newark, DE 19711


International Credentialing
Associates, Inc.
7245 Bryan Dairy Rd., Park #2
Largo, FL 33777


International Educational Research
Foundation, Inc.
P. O. Box 3665
Culver City, CA 90231

2. For licensing each state has specific requirements which can include English competency tests as well as specific hours from credentialing. You are also required to register with the FSBPT to take the NPTE (National Physical Therapy Examination). Once the candidate's file is complete with the state including application, fees, English Tests (if required) and other state requirements, the state will contact the FSBPT to give the okay to take the test. The FSBPT then sends an "Authorization to Test" letter to the candidate. The candidate will then contact testing firm Prometric to schedule an exam date. Currently the FSBPT exam is only given in the U.S. and Guam.

3. Once the candidate has successfully passed the NPTE and has a license in hand the company can file for an H1B visa for the candidate. Physical Therapists are now required to present a visa screen with applications for H1B approval. Currently there are two sources for the Visa Screen for Physical Therapists: FCCPT and CGFNS (http://www.cgfns.org). The visa screen also compares your education to U.S. education and you are required to pass:

• TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
• TSE (Test of Spoken English)
• TWE.(Test of Written English)

 

 

H-1B requirements for Foreign Physical Therapists to work in USA

 
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Must hold a bachelor Degree in Science ? evidence that you hold academic degree relating to your area of exceptional ability
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All School transcripts
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Any special achievements or outstanding recognition
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Foreign License (beneficial)
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Training Certifications
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Letters of recommendation
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Fluent in English
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Work experience
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ATT to write the NPTE
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Visa Screen Certificate
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It is recommended getting a credential evaluation before the INS asks for it. The INS recognizes:
 

 

It is recommended getting a credential evaluation before the INS asks for it.

 

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Please write to us to info@aldatech.com to get more details on Alda-PT program

 

 

   

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