DHS Urged to Exclude J-1 Visa Physicians from Proposed Rule Change

October 9, 2020

The AHA joined five other national medical groups in urging the Department of Homeland Security to exclude foreign national physicians in the J-1 visa program from a proposed change to the process for extending certain non-immigrant visa stays in the United States.

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