I'm living in Puerto Rico and just got my RN license so I think I know a little of what you are going through. I wanted to ask if you are having issues with a credentialing agency? I used CGFNS. It was very expensive but they were very organized and above average customer service I'd say since it's a constant back and forth with documents from the school to them. Once that credentialing process is approved the Board, in my case FL, revises it and decides if your education was equivalent to any curriculum in the United States thats approved. That itself was a bit time consuming. Then they allowed me to sit for the NCLEX. Now I see you already have a license from Puerto Rico. I remember before you could transfer it over, but now you must sit for the NCLEX as well. Please forgive me if I did not answer your question. I'd be more than happy to help if you need more details concerning the process.