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    moonlighting as a Fellow on J1 visa with unrestricted NJ license

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    can I moonlight, I am an FMG, finished residency in IM, doing my fellowship, on J1 visa, and carry an unrestricted license in NJ

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    probably

    when I was a fellow my program had strict rules about us NOT moonlighting outside the framework of the fellowship.
    ( ---what they didn't know, didn't hurt them )

    as long as you have your license, sounds OK to me.
    Are your BC in IM?

    I mean, the only thing between you and a general internist is that you are a fellow.
    We are as you know , all generalists first, subspecialists last, so therefore I think it's OK to moonlight, in various jobs.
    Lots of hospitalist jobs going these days after the silly 80 hour rules went into effect.

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