PRC form and requirements for CES Request for Validation of License - page 2

by thenurse2006

Hi , dear fellow nurses in the philippines, I will be so glad if someone could share a copy of the form to fill in the prc when you process your CES Request for license Validation for CGFNS . Or is there any to fill in? Are... Read More


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    Then you have nothing to send in to the PRC for validation if there is no license.

    But be aware that many states in the US are now requiring the local license before they will permit one to sit for the NCLEX exam and noticed that you are in CA, and be aware that CA has now gotten very strict on this ruling.

    If you have a green card, you are still a citizen of the Philippines, and are not exempt from this requirement per the BRN.

    And if you are in CA, why are you getting the CES done as they do not require it?
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    Quote from suzanne4
    Then you have nothing to send in to the PRC for validation if there is no license.

    But be aware that many states in the US are now requiring the local license before they will permit one to sit for the NCLEX exam and noticed that you are in CA, and be aware that CA has now gotten very strict on this ruling.

    If you have a green card, you are still a citizen of the Philippines, and are not exempt from this requirement per the BRN.

    And if you are in CA, why are you getting the CES done as they do not require it?
    Thank you suzanne!
    Yes I am aware. I am one of those unfortunate ones who havent been granted the eligibility because of the new requirement implemented (the local license)in CA. Regarding that I'm feeling down because I've read some of the users here have been granted their eligibility even if their application date was on December 2007(same as mine) and I have not been eligible. It is just so unfair .(sorry for venting it out)
    Anyways,I'm moving on so Im applying in Nevada. (sigh start from scratch)
    Thanks again suzanne!:spin:
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    Depends on what was in the letter back then, but it actually has been a requirement of theirs for sometime. It is just that they are really enforcing it now.

    All other countries actually require the local license first, and we did here in the past when the CGFNS exam was required for all. But that has gone by the wayside and we are seeing more and more states require it once again.
    And expect that it will be the US government that will require it again as a screening tool, not just on the state level.
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    Depends on what was in the letter back then, but it actually has been a requirement of theirs for sometime. It is just that they are really enforcing it now.

    All other countries actually require the local license first, and we did here in the past when the CGFNS exam was required for all. But that has gone by the wayside and we are seeing more and more states require it once again.
    And expect that it will be the US government that will require it again as a screening tool, not just on the state level.



    hi suzanne,

    since
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    i mean "stricter" with regards to their requirement to sit for nclex...
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    hi suzanne,

    sorry wasn't able to double check my previous post, it's just now that i realized that it was incomplete. no need to ask questions on this topic i read again the thread and it was well answered by you. thanks for all the information you've been a great help especially for nurses who needs to be enlightened in a profession that we chose to follow.

    Best Regards,
    lorein
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    hi there!
    can anyone tell me how long it will take for PRC to accomplish the CES request for validation?how much would it cost also?
    thanks..
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    The processing time for the PRC validation is one week. They will ask you whether you would like it sent to CGFNS via ordinary mail or a courier. If you chose to send it through ordinary mail they will not ask you to come back after one week because they will send automatically after accomplishing the form (cost: 75 pesos processing fee, 120 pesos postage).

    If you chose to send it through a courier, they will ask you to come back after one week (for them to process/ accomplish the form) then on the day that they've asked you to come back, you will pay for the courier fee, be given the tracking number and you will have a glimpse of that 2 pages of paper (1. the verification form 2. a paper containing a summary of your scores in the board exam and the status of your license.) before they seal it in an envelope and give it to the "DHL" guy.
    (cost: 75 pesos processing fee, 1,450 pesos for the DHL guy)

    Be sure to have a photocopy of your TOR and PRC license on the day of filing for verification. They will just use that as reference, they will not send that to CGFNS.
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    Quote from thistle23
    The processing time for the PRC validation is one week. They will ask you whether you would like it sent to CGFNS via ordinary mail or a courier. If you chose to send it through ordinary mail they will not ask you to come back after one week because they will send automatically after accomplishing the form (cost: 75 pesos processing fee, 120 pesos postage).

    If you chose to send it through a courier, they will ask you to come back after one week (for them to process/ accomplish the form) then on the day that they've asked you to come back, you will pay for the courier fee, be given the tracking number and you will have a glimpse of that 2 pages of paper (1. the verification form 2. a paper containing a summary of your scores in the board exam and the status of your license.) before they seal it in an envelope and give it to the "DHL" guy.
    (cost: 75 pesos processing fee, 1,450 pesos for the DHL guy)

    Be sure to have a photocopy of your TOR and PRC license on the day of filing for verification. They will just use that as reference, they will not send that to CGFNS.
    hi!
    thanks for the very informative reply!!:wink2:
    i just passed the nle this june and i haven't registered yet because registration with prc is scheduled. so i'll try to also request that on th eday of my registration,although i doubt if they'll accomodate me..

    i have another question, will it be alright if i apply now in hospitals eventhough i have yet to be given my license?i would like to apply after i register..so i can gain experience..

    thanks a lot!!
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    hi joane

    yes you can start applying for local job as long as you have the board rating certificate issued by the prc as proof that you passed the nle. good luck on your job hunt..:wink2:
    joanne2928 likes this.


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