Quote from dave23
well lets just pray im sure it will be resolve soon lets not be negative even if it is just a bill.
This is an election year, nothing is going to be resolved quickly.
Look at it the other way around, what if there were plenty of jobs in your country, and then all of a sudden the flood gates opened and many entered and attempted to take your job, what would your feelinge be like?
The US is very strongly union and with the number of jobs that have been sent overseas, there is almost a boycott in place in some areas. The nursing unions are also covered by the auto unions and they are very strong in number, it just is not going to happen. And prayer has nothing to do with it at all.
The US is also under a recession and why should a facility pay about $10,000 for a foreign nurse approximately before they can begin work when it is less than that even for tuition at a community college for an American and a job is provided for them as well.
Because one government has gone crazy and is being overrun by nursing students, does not mean that the US has to open their doors to select all. And if there were to be an increase in the numbers accepted, they are going to go to those with substantial work experience so that they will need minimual orientation, not coming in as a new grad or without any clincial experience.
If you take the time to do some research on this forum, you will see hundreds and hundreds of threads on this very same topic and we have not seen one thing pass as of yet. Schedule A came and is gone.