Quote from chivasgeo
Thank you for the "welcome" and the helpful tips. I have tried to email the CA BRN several times with out luck. Sacramento is only an hour 30 minutes drive, so I think it'll be worth it to personally visit their office.
If there are any other tips, advice or feedback from you or any other forum member, please don't be shy
I forgot the information I meant to post! Our nurse recruiter and my fellow nurses have found it almost impossible to get anything accomplished by phone. E-mail is slow. Perhaps they only look at it once a week and forward it to someone else. Snailmail or a personal visit work best. recently renewed my license on line and it was quick and easy.
OK, the link:
ALL APPLICANTS MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
Completed Application for Licensure by Examination.
Completed fingerprints using either the Live Scan Process or the Applicant Fingerprint Card (Hard Card) processing method as directed in the INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING FINGERPRINT CARDS. Submit the appropriate nonrefundable TOTAL FEE as directed on the Application Fee Schedule.
One recent 2" x 2" passport-type photograph.
Completed confirmation card to confirm receipt of application by the Board.
Completed Request for Accommodation of Disabilities form(s), if applicable.
Request for Transcript form(s) completed and forwarded directly from the nursing school(s) with certified transcripts.
IN ADDITION FOR INTERNATIONAL GRADUATES:
A. Send Breakdown of Educational Program for International Nursing Programs form to your school with the Request for Transcript form. Also provide the Certified English Translation form to your certified translator if your transcript is not in English. (See Supplemental Application Instructions for International Graduates.)
B. Submit a copy of your license or diploma that allows you to practice professional nursing in the country where you were educated. If you do not hold a license, a written explanation is required. Also, provide copies of your certificates for midwifery and psychiatric nursing, if applicable.