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Dear Lawyer:

Every year, most medical graduates go through National Residency Match Program, only about 50 % foreign medical graduates who are u.s citizen cannot get matched into the residency program. These few thousands people cannot get into residency program. At the same time, thousands of medical graduates who are not U.S, citizen get matched into the residency program. Residency program is the last step in order to get to practice medicine as physician in U.S.A.
You can find the data at www.nrmp.org/wp-content/upl...-Results-and-Data-2017.pdf page 1.
It stated as following "
The number of U.S. citizen students and graduates of international
medical schools (U.S. IMGs) declined this year. Of the 7,149 U.S. IMGs who registered for the Match, 5,069 submitted rank order
lists of programs, 254 fewer than in 2016; however, their PGY-1 match rate, at 54.8 percent, was the highest since 2004. There
also were fewer non-U.S. citizen IMGs. Of the 10,127 non-U.S. IMGs who registered for the Match, 7,284 submitted rank order lists of programs, 176 fewer than last year; however, their 52.4 percent PGY-1 match rate was the highest since 2005"

Residency program is funded by the federal medicare public funding.
From the above statements, it means that 2281 US citizen IMG ( international medical graduate) are not matched into residency program. At the same time, 3797 non-U.S IMG are matched into residency program who will spend federal medicare public funding.
There is law states "
8 USC 1611. Aliens who are not qualified aliens ineligible for Federal public benefits
Aliens who are not qualified aliens ineligible for Federal public benefits. If you're not qualified, you may not receive "any grant, contract, loan, professional license, or commercial license provided by an agency of the United States or by appropriated funds of the United States," nor "any retirement, welfare, health, disability, public or assisted housing, post-secondary education, food assistance, unemployment benefit, or any other similar benefit for which payments or assistance are provided to an individual, household, or family eligibility unit by an agency of the United States or by appropriated funds of the United States." There are exceptions for things like "short-term, non-cash, in-kind emergency disaster relief" and "public health assistance."
8 USC 1641. Definitions (of "qualified alien")
The definitions here determine which aliens qualify for public benefits at the federal, state, and local levels. Naturally, legal permanent residents (i.e. "greencard holders") are eligible. So are refugees and those who enter illegally yet are subsequently granted asylum. And, for example, 1641(c)(2) shows that, if you're here illegally but your child has been battered or abused by someone else in your household, you may qualify for public benefits!
http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/ ... -000-.html
There are thousands of people who are not qualified aliens are using federal public benefits ( Medicare funding) to get into residency. While at the same time, thousands of u.s. citizens and qualified aliens cannot get into residency.
The National Residency match program (NRMP) should not give thousands of residency position to the Aliens who are not qualified for the federal public benefits ( federal medicare funding ). Can your law firm company represent U.S citizen IMG to file lawsuit case against NRMP to recover this huge federal medicare funding?
I also want to file law suit case against state boards of physician. Because state boards of physician give professional medical license to thousands of non-u.s IMG (non-u.s citizen) to let them complete residency program in U.S.A. These non-U.S citizen IMG mostly come to U.S under J visa or H visa.
J visa and H visa , of course, are not qualified aliens. So they can not receive the medical license which is the professional license. J visa and H visa can not receive the federal public benefits ( federal medicare funding). J visa and H visa holders can not receive any medical license.
I hope your law firm company can encourage the court to certify this claim to proceed as a "Collective action" on behalf of all US citizen IMG ( international medical graduate) who are not matched into residency program in the last thirteen years. NRMP have all addresses and contact information of all US citizen IMG (international medical graduate) who are not matched into residency program in the last thirteen years. If court can do this, then National Residency match program (NRMP) has to give your law firm company of all addresses and contact information of all US citizen IMG ( international medical graduate) who are not matched into residency program in the last thirteen years. If this is true, then your law firm company can mail letter to all US citizen IMG (international medical graduate) who are not matched into residency program to join this national law suit case against NRMP to recover the giant federal medicare funding. I am pretty sure that every U.S citizen who are not matched into residency program are willing to sign the letter and join this law suit case.
NRMP should change their rule to let all U.S citizen IMG match into residency program first because the residency program is funded by federal medicare funding.

Thanks a lot.
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