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International Medical School Graduates

Canadians

Graduates of Canadian medical schools will be placed on E.C.F.M.G.-sponsored J-1 visas. They are not required to take the qualifying examinations such as FMGEMS, NBME, and USMLE in order to obtain their visas. PLEASE NOTE: At this time, the Canadian government is restricting approval of physicians wishing to obtain clinical training outside Canada . Stanford Hospital & Clinics is unable to obtain a J-1 visa without the consent of the Canadian government.


Applicants from Outside the U.S. and Canada

All trainees in residency and clinical fellowship programs will be placed on E.C.F.M.G.-sponsored J-1 visas. Stanford Hospital & Clinics does not sponsor such trainees for H-1B visas. E.C.F.M.G. requires a valid E.C.F.M.G. certificate obtained by successful completion of their qualifying examinations (VQE, FMGEMS, NBME, or USMLE) coupled with the appropriate English language examination to be eligible for a visa. Allow 120 working days for E.C.F.M.G. to process an initial visa. For further information, contact the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates, 3624 Market Street , Philadelphia , PA 19104 .

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