How to Live & Work legally abroad as a Latin American healthcare professional

Learn how OET can help you to work and live abroad legally in this Instagram Live session in Spanish with Director of Business Development in America Valery Calatrava alongside Dr. Raúl Herrera, Venezuelan Doctor and OET Hero. They’ll tell you why Dr Herrera chose OET as the test of English mastery, his curriculum and how it will help him live and work as a doctor in the UK.
Conozca cómo OET puede ayudarlo a trabajar y vivir en el extranjero legalmente en esta sesión en vivo en Instagram con la directora de Desarrollo de Negocio en América Valery Calatrava junto al Dr. Raúl Herrera, Médico venezolano y OET Héroe. Nos contaran por qué el Dr. Herrera eligió OET como la prueba de dominio del inglés, su plan de estudios y cómo lo ayudará a vivir y a trabajar como médico en el Reino Unido.

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Living and working abroad as a healthcare professional can be an exciting and enriching experience for Latin Americans. However, it can also be a complex and challenging process to navigate. In order to live and work legally abroad, there are several key steps that healthcare professionals must take.

Firstly, it is important to research the specific country or countries where you are interested in living and working. This includes learning about the visa requirements, the healthcare system and regulations, and any language or cultural barriers that may exist.

Next, healthcare professionals must ensure that they have the necessary qualifications and certifications to practice in the country of their choice. This may involve obtaining additional education or training, or completing exams or language proficiency tests.

Once healthcare professionals have met the necessary qualifications and obtained the appropriate visas and work permits, they can begin the job search process. This may involve networking with colleagues or recruiters, applying for jobs online, or attending job fairs and conferences.

Once healthcare professionals have secured employment, they must ensure that they are complying with all local regulations and laws related to healthcare practice. This may involve obtaining additional licenses or certifications, or adhering to specific medical protocols or guidelines.

Overall, living and working abroad as a healthcare professional can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, but it requires careful planning and preparation. By following these steps and seeking out the necessary support and resources, Latin American healthcare professionals can successfully navigate the process of living and working abroad.


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