Health care workers in the US face special requirements to ensure that they have the qualifications and meet the standards for care in the US. This is to ensure that patients receive quality care and are safe from harm or preventable medical mistakes. Non-US health care workers, for example, need to prove that their certification and training makes them qualified to practice in the United States. A number of organizations — including immigration organizations and educational institutions — issue certificates to health care workers so that health care workers can prove their eligibility to work in the field. However, these organizations also need to prove that they are qualified to issue these certifications. Organizations can get this authorization by filing USCIS Form I-905 (Application for Authorization to Issue Certification for Health Care Workers).