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by elenaperod 1,926 Views | 20 Comments

I'm Spanish nurse, I have two years of experience in nursing and scrub nurse postgraduate studies. I want to study for do the toefl and NCLEX exam but before i want know If with my short experienced I could have any posibility to... Read More


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    Boston market requires a BSN to work and jobs are hard to come by. Also no hospital is sponsoring atthis time .
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    What does mean BSN?
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    Quote from ariadna
    What does mean BSN?
    BSN. = bachelor's of science in nursing. A 4 year university/collegiate degree
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    Ah, Thanks! :-)
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    Quote from JustBeachyNurse
    BSN. = bachelor's of science in nursing. A 4 year university/collegiate degree
    I have BSN spanish :-)
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    Bi lingual nurses are in demand, but your issue maybe that you need the legal right to work in the USA, presently there is a long wait to get a visa to get in the USA.
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    I speak french too. How long I must to wait to get a visa? Months? A year? More than two years?
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    Once you have met state requirements, passed NCLEX and find a employer willing to go the immigration route you are looking at 6 plus years. H1b as long as you are BSN and the job requires minimum of BSN your employer applies in April with an Oct start if successful and granted a H1b
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    Quote from Silverdragon102
    Once you have met state requirements, passed NCLEX and find a employer willing to go the immigration route you are looking at 6 plus years. H1b as long as you are BSN and the job requires minimum of BSN your employer applies in April with an Oct start if successful and granted a H1b
    6 years? Wow.. One question, I have a canadian friend who is working in US, there is easier for them?
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    Canadian citizens are able to use the NAFTA option as long as they met requirements and have a employer


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