To all foriegn Nurses.Waiting for retro. to be lift up. - page 4

hello fellow nurses i made a prayer for us.I know everybody is troubled about retrogression. We can't do anything about this but we can pray. God has the answer in all of our misery. "Give ear,... Read More

  1. by   rjt2003
    EB3 priority now jumped from Aug 2003 to 01 June 2005. Still no Schedule A.
  2. by   YAJRN
    I guess it really jump wow!

    well anyway its really nice to know it hehehehe we are waiting for our turn our priority date is May 2006.

    Hope they include the 2006 oh please let us in.
  3. by   josie1
    Amen! He is good all the time! Also have your freinds and relatives in the US call their respective Senators and Congressmen-even the White house to pass the CIR or come up with a "bridge" like they did in 2005 w/ the 50K visas! Keep the Faith!
  4. by   aeonflux14
    Amen!!!!!!
  5. by   fluppypacky
    Hello sabadao22,it's nice to know that people like you give encouragement and hope for all of us nurses.

    AMENquote=sabadao22;2120882]hello fellow nurses i made a prayer for us.I know everybody is troubled about retrogression. We can't do anything about this but we can pray. God has the answer in all of our misery.


    "Give ear, O lord, to our prayer; Listen to my cry of supplication. in the day of my trouble i call on you, For you will answer me."

    In every person that will reply on this thread pls. just say AMEN.

    No Problem can stand the assault of Power of Prayer:spin:[/quote]
  6. by   kujie
    amen....

    jesus said to him,"if you can believe, all things are possible to him who believes." mark 9 verse 23
  7. by   loryn
    Quote from rjt2003
    EB3 priority now jumped from Aug 2003 to 01 June 2005. Still no Schedule A.
    movement of EB3 classification is already a welcome blessing

    i invite everyone to pray more harder

    Loryn
  8. by   Mikesbaby
    amen........
  9. by   jenchb01
    wish you all the best...dont lose hope ..have faith...
  10. by   arys1075
    I know what you feel my fellow nurses while waiting for retrogression to be lifted up. Like you guys I also waited for more than 2 years. I just arrived w/ my family here in USA last January after working in Dubai for 10 yrs, and England 4 yrs. It's crazy to think but I still want to work and apply in Aussie after a year though I got my SS, greencard and still building up credit history. Each country has their own advantages & disadvantages. It is all up to you guys and nobody has to blame each person's decisions. Better to try than to listen from other's advices till you become satisfied & settled. For us, when we were singles, we preferred to work in Dubai or USA, now that we got kids, we prefer to live in UK, CAN or Aussie for our better healthcare benefits & off days/holidays. In USA, the more you work the more you earn especially for the singles, but it's hard to do OT if you have conflicting times with your hubbys or kids. You will also get 2 weeks off per year and the rest unpaid, not bad though but we still think of better ideas. Im a Filipino citizen and almost half of my life was spent outside my beloved country, I even don't bother of becoming US,CAN,AUS,UK citizen as long as me & my family are happy and contented. If God allows, we think of coming back when become old in our own native land.
  11. by   florencenightingale
    The Lord said: "Ask and it shall be given to you." The Lord hears our prayers...
  12. by   FutureUSRN
    Quote from arys1075
    I know what you feel my fellow nurses while waiting for retrogression to be lifted up. Like you guys I also waited for more than 2 years. I just arrived w/ my family here in USA last January after working in Dubai for 10 yrs, and England 4 yrs. It's crazy to think but I still want to work and apply in Aussie after a year though I got my SS, greencard and still building up credit history. Each country has their own advantages & disadvantages. It is all up to you guys and nobody has to blame each person's decisions. Better to try than to listen from other's advices till you become satisfied & settled. For us, when we were singles, we preferred to work in Dubai or USA, now that we got kids, we prefer to live in UK, CAN or Aussie for our better healthcare benefits & off days/holidays. In USA, the more you work the more you earn especially for the singles, but it's hard to do OT if you have conflicting times with your hubbys or kids. You will also get 2 weeks off per year and the rest unpaid, not bad though but we still think of better ideas. Im a Filipino citizen and almost half of my life was spent outside my beloved country, I even don't bother of becoming US,CAN,AUS,UK citizen as long as me & my family are happy and contented. If God allows, we think of coming back when become old in our own native land.
    I guess you're right! If you want a nice, slow-phased life, go elsewhere, not in the US or atleast choose a state in the US with that kind of life-style.

    Been to Australia as well, I really would love to live in Melbourne. But since I got all my papers filed for the US already, I feel it is already late to do that. But still, I am thinking twice and thrice...and so on...
  13. by   smilesalot
    hello arys1075,

    i am a US citizen for about a year now and im a nursing student here in houston....but i have plans of moving to australia in 4 or 5 years. i have a family and i sure would love to live in australia mainly because of the reason that you stated.

    goodluck to you and your family

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