Immigration Law and the Nation’s Physician Shortage

Lawyers are trying to help foreign-national physicians who trained in the United States stay in the country to treat medically underserved patients. The process is reportedly laborious and burdensome to employers and physicians alike. We look at this lesser-known facet of federal immigration law, one that is potentially vital to the nation’s health care needs.” –Katie Vloet

The above quote was published by Katie Vloet, “Immigration and the Nation’s Physician Shortage,”on the University of Michigan Law School website,  featuring Immigration Attorney Dayna Kelly.

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