Do you currently live in Alabama? If not, the first thing to do after passing your boards is to get an AL license - don't know if they are one of the states that shares license..you could always work part time or PRN or volunteer before moving. I would not mention in the interview you are planning on leaving in 6-7 months or if/when hired tell anyone else.. I think that would shut the door on any potential jobs - things could change and you may not end up moving - life goes other ways sometimes. Also, you have the fact of being pregnant to consider..employers are not suppose to allow that to be a factor when hiring but in the real world, it would play a part..a new employee will need leave w/in 6 months of hire, most likely need schedule changes for appt. then be on maternity leave...they will be asking themselves if you could be on your feet for 12+ hrs? What about needing time off for doctors appt? Any employer will know - whether you tell them or not - that you are expecting - this changes what you can/can't do I would think - like lifting, working w/combative patients...so unless you absolutely have to work you could concentrate on the move, the pregnancy and once moved and the baby has arrived, then start applying.