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    ArmyAmedd is offline Newbie 511 points
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    Army MAVNI the fast track to US Citizenship

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    I am wanting to inform Visa holders that the United States Army has a program that will fast track US Citizenship. You must be Board Certified and certain specialties you may be Board Eligible. For more information on the program please read below. Thank you for your time and I am looking forward to hearing from you all.

    Very Respectful,

    Sergeant First Class Ryherd

    Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) is a recruiting program which allows certain legal, non-citizens to commission into the Army Officer Corps if they are Healthcare Professionals licensed in the U.S. Individuals in this program must enlist for either three years on Active Duty or six years in the Selected Reserve.

    Expedited Citizenship:
    Soldiers must apply to receive expedited citizenship. Individuals who enlist in this program are able to move from non-immigrant visa or asylee/refugee/TPS status, directly to citizenship, bypassing the lengthy Green Card process.
    The military is the only employer who can offer expedited citizenship and only military service members can naturalize without first obtaining a Green Card.

    Excellent Opportunities:
    High quality training and possible opportunities for advanced schooling
    Ability to gain experience in trauma settings
    Increase leadership skills
    Honorable profession as an Army Officer
    What current MAVNI’s say about the program:
    “MAVNI allowed me to grow in my medical training. It made me a better physician and human being. Professionally I am growing day by day; I am becoming an efficient leader in my civilian and military career. The U.S. Army keeps my skills up and pushes me to excel as a Physician and as a Medical Officer.”
    “I can’t stress enough how I am truly blessed to be a part of the U.S Army. MAVNI opened the door for me to pursue a higher career. In addition, the U.S. Army allows me to experience fabulous clinical experience that I would not have on the civilian side.”

    Program Criteria:
    1. Individuals must be in one of the following categories at the time of their enlistment:
    Non-immigrant categories E, F, H, I, J, K, L, M, O, P, Q, R, S, T, TC, TD, TN, U OR V
    Asylee, refugee, Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
    2. They must be legally present in the U.S. for a minimum of 2 years without a single extended absence
    over 90 days.
    3. Must meet certain Army criteria to include: receive qualifying scores on the Armed Forces Qualification Test and an English
    language proficiency test as well as be fully licensed in the United States.

    Current medical specialties recruited:
    Regular Army (Active Duty): General Dentist, Comprehensive Dentist, Oral Surgeon, Pediatrician, Psychiatrist, Internal Medicine, Family Practice, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, Nuclear Science Officer, Entomologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Anesthetist
    Army Reserve: General Dentist, Comprehensive Dentist, Prosthodontist, Oral Surgeon, Preventive Medicine, Urologist, Anesthesiologist, Ophthalmologist, Otolaryngologist (ENT), Psychiatrist, Family Physician, General Surgeon, Thoracic Surgeon, Orthopedic Surgeon, Emergency Medicine, Entomologist,
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    What about people on B-visas or out of status people with ecfmg certification?

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    for residency in Army program is there any limitation?

    Is there any age requirement ? I am above 40

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