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F1 PT to Permanent Residency Program

Launch Your U.S. Physical Therapy Career with Greenstaff Medical U.S. International

Paving Your Path to a U.S. Physical Therapy Career as an International Soon-to-Be Grad or New Grad

Are you an International Physical Therapist student nearing graduation or a recent graduate eager to launch a rewarding physical therapy career in the U.S.? Greenstaff Medical U.S. International is here to guide you every step of the way, from Optional Practical Training (OPT) to Green Card sponsorship. We partner with prestigious healthcare facilities nationwide, offering exciting opportunities for International Physical Therapist new graduates on F1 visas. 

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Why Choose Greenstaff Medical U.S. International? 

  • F1 Visa Student Support: We specialize in supporting International Physical Therapist Students during their OPT period. 
  • Streamlined Green Card Process: Our dedicated team simplifies the complex path to permanent residency for qualified candidates. 
  • Nationwide Placements: Work in top-tier healthcare facilities across the U.S. 
  • Comprehensive Support: We provide relocation assistance, and career guidance. 

Planning Your Future in U.S. Healthcare?

For Soon-to-Be New Grads: Starting early is key! Partnering with Greenstaff Medical U.S. International during your final year ensures a smooth transition after graduation. We'll help you navigate the complexities of OPT and visa conversion, setting you up for success from the very beginning. 

For New Grads: Don't let your international status hold you back! Leverage our expertise to secure your U.S. licensure (Physical Therapy licensure) and connect with our network of facilities seeking skilled physical therapists. 


Uncertain About Your Next Steps?

Make informed decisions today and contact Greenstaff Medical U.S. International. Connect with one of our experienced F1 recruitment consultants for a personalized roadmap to achieving your dream physical therapy career in the U.S.