Quote from sukhamswift9
Hi, thanks for your reply. I am registered for writing CRNE on Octobr 8, 2008 but my visa was rejected by Canadian Consulate Chandigarh India.
Now I have 2 options :
1. Job offer from a BC employer and get work permit.
2. Join any college for refresher course for International Nurses and get study permit.
I require your help in finding any BC employer or a BC college which provides refresher course. I have done a hard work for CRNBC temp. supervised registration. Pl, help and guide me in finding BC employer or A BC college where I can join and come to Canada and write CRNE.
I think what you're asking is beyond the capacity of most members here. We don't provide employment placement or any other sort of placement service - in fact, it's against the terms of service for us to do that sort of thing, or to provide links to someone who does. And it's a lot of work to ask someone to perform for you.
The following universities in BC offer re-entry courses for registered nurses. I'm not aware of what the requirements are for admissions as related to IENs or what steps are followed to obtain a student visa.
The sheer number of potential employers in BC makes it unrealistic to track them down and post them for you.
I found a report on IENs that was prepared by the Canadian Nurses' Association that may provide you with some more information on processes and contacts: http://www.cna-aiic.ca/CNA/documents...l_Report_e.pdf
Be aware that there is absolutely NO way that any of this can be arranged in time for you to write the CRNE on October 8, a mere 24 days from now. You have until September 30 to withdraw and be reimbursed a portion of your exam fee. My best guess is that you might have everything in place in time to write on June 3, 2009, unless you've already registered to write on February 4; the deadline for that sitting is November 6. I won't ask why your visa was denied, as that's none of my business, but those reasons may affect your subsequent applications. Because you don't have an employer in BC already in place, and/or you are not currently pursuing a post-basic clinical nursing education in BC, you don't actually have temporary supervised registration with CRNBC, although you partially qualify. Your temporary registration will expire on February 28, 2009 unless you are able to renew it, and any fees you have submitted are non-refundable.
There is much work ahead of you. I wish you luck.