In this September 2017 file photo, a nurse walks through a darkened wing at a hospital in Puerto Rico. A nurse recruited to work in the U.S. says MedPro Healthcare Staffing, the South Florida company that paid for her travel and helped her get a green card, threatened to report her for immigration fraud and sued for $150,000 after she broke her contract.
In this September 2017 file photo, a nurse walks through a darkened wing at a hospital in Puerto Rico. A nurse recruited to work in the U.S. says MedPro Healthcare Staffing, the South Florida company that paid for her travel and helped her get a green card, threatened to report her for immigration fraud and sued for $150,000 after she broke her contract. VICTOR J BLUE NYT
In this September 2017 file photo, a nurse walks through a darkened wing at a hospital in Puerto Rico. A nurse recruited to work in the U.S. says MedPro Healthcare Staffing, the South Florida company that paid for her travel and helped her get a green card, threatened to report her for immigration fraud and sued for $150,000 after she broke her contract. VICTOR J BLUE NYT

Immigrant nurse with a work visa says employer treated her like an indentured servant

August 10, 2018 05:03 PM