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The Maryland Chapter's International Medical Graduate Committee
was chartered approximately eight years ago. Several objectives for
the committee were then developed as a result of a survey
administered to IMGs/FMGs in the chapter. These included the need
for education on visa and immigration issues, workshops on contract
negotiations, and distribution of information and resources to
IMGs/FMGS and their families to assist with assimilation into the
Maryland community. In collaboration with the Chapter's Young
Physician Council, the IMG Committee created several workshops
hosted by local law firms on topics including "A Legal Seminar for
Physicians" (held in 2010) and "The ABC's of Visas and Contracts"
(held in 2011). In addition to organizing these workshops, the IMG
Committee worked to develop resource materials specifically for
IMGs/FMGS. This information included the AMA webpage listing the
licensing requirements for IMGs, a compilation of Maryland's school
districts and rankings, driver's license information, directory of
banks, real estate information and even shopping locales. In the
fall of 2011, the Committee also hosted a joint "International Pot
Luck Dinner" in collaboration with the Chief Resident Association
of Baltimore (CRAB) group. The IMG Committee is a vital and active
component of the Maryland Chapter and continues to create new
initiatives in collaboration with other groups in the chapter.
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