Becoming a doctor anywhere in the world takes a tremendous effort and years of preparation. It is one of the most demanding and competitive job fields in the U.S. As challenging as it is for native‐born Americans to practice medicine, the path to becoming a doctor as an immigrant, even for seasoned medical professionals in their home country, is far more strenuous.
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Featuring Paul J. Larkin, Jr., JD, Senior Legal Research Fellow, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, Heritage Foundation; Maqbool Halepota, MD, FACP, CPE, (@maqhalepota), Medical Director/Managing Partner, Palo Verde Cancer Center; Alex Nowrasteh, MS (@AlexNowrasteh), Director of Immigration Studies, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Cato Institute; moderated by Jeffrey A. Singer, MD, FACS (@dr4liberty), Senior Fellow, Cato Institute.