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The purpose of the Whitetulip Health Foundation (WHF) Newcomers Financial Support Program is to provide financial support for recently immigrated healthcare professionals. 

When one comes to a new country, everything is new, new culture, new life, and new language. Many such immigrants have a very difficult time and suffer from financial issues among many others. Typically, such medical professionals postpone their integration into the healthcare system and work at unrelated jobs to be able to survive; some completely give up on their profession. As time passes, it becomes more difficult to get into the medical profession due to the gap without practicing medical profession even the necessary exams passed. Therefore, it is very important for such medical professionals to complete their necessary exams and credentialing and integrate into the US health system as soon as possible from their date of entry to the USA. 

WHF board of directors approved to prepare a financial assistance program for newly immigrated healthcare professionals when they need it the most so that they can get into the medical system without any delay.

The scholarship will be up to 6-months for a maximum amount of $6,000 for a single and $7,500 for a married applicant who is in the US with their family. Among this amount, $1,500 must be spent directly for the medical credentialing process such as application fee, exam fee, courses, and studying materials. Having this financial support program will not prevent the receiver from applying to other scholarship programs of Whitetulip Health Foundation (WHF) in the future.


1.1. Must be a member of WHF.

1.2. Must be a student or graduated from a medical school or school of other healthcare professions in another country.

1.3. Must be a recent immigrant who arrived to the USA within the last 6 months of application to this financial assistance program.

1.4. Must be currently in the USA and hold a legal status.

1.5. The Applicant should be neither an employee of the WHF nor a relative of Board members or the members of the Selection Committee.

1.6. All applicants must have the intention to pursue further medical career or medical education/training in the USA.


2.1. Completed WHF Newcomer Financial Support Program Application Form, including describing past accomplishments and future plans in the medical profession including how to use this scholarship to pursue his/her professional/academic career in the related section on the form.

2.2. Up-to-date CV.

2.3. A recent photo obtained in the last 6 months.

2.4. A copy of the diploma (or proof of studentship) from medical school or other healthcare institution in another country.

2.5. A proof of initiation to continue a medical career in the US such as proof of ECFMG account for medical doctors or its equivalent according to the applicant’s medical profession to indicate the initiation of the US medical credentialing process.

2.6. The copy of the receipt of the application for permanent legal status in the USA.

2.7. Copy of the document that shows current visa-residency status and entry date of USA. 

2.8. Whitetulip Health Foundation membership verification letter.


In order to apply for financial support, the applicants need to complete the below form (Whitetulip Health Foundation Newcomers Financial Support Program Application Form) and upload all the other required documents listed above and click the submit button.


Applicants can submit their applications at any time with all required documents. The applications with any missing information or documents will not be considered for financial assistance. All completed applications will be reviewed monthly at a meeting of the Financial Assistance Selection Committee in the first week of the subsequent month and finalized. The results will be communicated to the applicants by email.


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Address: 999 Riverview Drive, Suite 201, Totowa, NJ 07512