does anyone remeber the american guy who helps filipino nurses go to US?


  1. the one shown in tv patrol a few weeks ago? i think he announced a certain website or e-mail address...something like gns inc., is that it guys? if you have any information about it, can you please post it here or you can just send me a message or something...thanks...


    •  
  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   sirI
    Hello, pretty lala RN,

    Please check out the sticky at the top of this forum entitled: "Please Be Careful".
  4. by   pretty_lala_RN
    hi...thanks for the info...but i already read the "please be careful" message even before i posted mine. to be honest, i'm not really planning to go to US...(i'm actully planning to go somewhere else)...i just asked the question since i was curious of the company's name. my cousin, who's also a registered nurse, was asking me about it...she says it's legal since it was promoted by a local well-known tv station and if ever filipino nurses plan to go to US, the company would only help them find a certain job in US (that's after all the needed exams like NCLEX, CGFNS, TOEFL, etc...), that's it. it means that they would still have to take the required exams before the company would help them find a job in the US...is that bad?

    the only prob is that she cant remember the company's exact name and it's website...(which was also announced in the news)...that's the only thing i'm asking...
  5. by   suzanne4
    Quote from pretty_lala_RN
    hi...thanks for the info...but i already read the "please be careful" message even before i posted mine. to be honest, i'm not really planning to go to US...(i'm actully planning to go somewhere else)...i just asked the question since i was curious of the company's name. my cousin, who's also a registered nurse, was asking me about it...she says it's legal since it was promoted by a local well-known tv station and if ever filipino nurses plan to go to US, the company would only help them find a certain job in US (that's after all the needed exams like NCLEX, CGFNS, TOEFL, etc...), that's it. it means that they would still have to take the required exams before the company would help them find a job in the US...is that bad?

    the only prob is that she cant remember the company's exact name and it's website...(which was also announced in the news)...that's the only thing i'm asking...
    Sorry, but it is not legal, just because it was on a tv show there, that means nothing over here.
    And there is more to it than you are aware of.
    They are not going to be discussed here.
    End of story.

    Until a nurse has actually taken and passed the exams, there is not one thing that anyone can do for them. And to say so otherwise, is crazy.
  6. by   suzanne4
    You can contact the tv station that showed it. They will have the info but it is not being posted here.

close