You are still a 'new grad' because you have not work experience. My organization (and many others) classifies anyone with less than 12 months full time nursing experience as a new grad.
However, you are competing with recent new grads who have much closer association to the employers in your area, especially those in which they received clinical training. It would probably be wiser for you to focus on employers that do not serve as clinical training facilities. If you do not have a BSN, you will also be at a distinct disadvantage. If relocation is an option for you, I urge you to do so. Since you cannot change the nursing market in your area, you will have to find a different market.
If you're multi-lingual, you may also want to emphasize this as an asset & focus on facilities that may have the need of your language skills for their patient population. If possible, go ahead and obtain certification as a medical interpreter (The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters (NBCMI)
) This is also a way to earn some extra money while you are still looking for a job.