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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... Read More

  1. by   elenaperod
    Ah, Thanks! :-)
  2. by   elenaperod
    Quote from JustBeachyNurse
    BSN. = bachelor's of science in nursing. A 4 year university/collegiate degree
    I have BSN spanish :-)
  3. by   Ginger's Mom
    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.
  4. by   elenaperod
    I speak french too. How long I must to wait to get a visa? Months? A year? More than two years?
  5. by   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. by   elenaperod
    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?
  7. by   Silverdragon102
    Canadian citizens are able to use the NAFTA option as long as they met requirements and have a employer
  8. by   elenaperod
    Quote from Silverdragon102
    Canadian citizens are able to use the NAFTA option as long as they met requirements and have a employer
    Thanks :-)

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