Accelerated BSN- with any nursing experience? If you are just graduating, of course you will write the NCLEX in order to get registered state-side, right?
The next step is to search the websites of the various provincial nursing regulatory boards. When you choose your preferred province, look at the requirements for "internationally educated nurse" cause you are now in a unique minority of Canadian nurses wanting to bring their U.S. educations home. I was recently in the same boat. It takes a while and can be frustrating; but if that's really what you want it's just a matter of time and $$$.
Your education will be assessed and if found "substantially equivalent" to the nursing education required in that province, you will be given permission to write the CRNE which is offered 3-4? times annually. You might be eligible for temporary license at that point and can go out job hunting to see if anyone wants to vouch for you. Meanwhile, you will the study Canadian content, write your exam, feel like you have failed, and become a nervous wreck during the 5++ weeks it takes to get the results
I was in the same boat recently. With a 4-year BA, plus 2 years pre-med science plus my 2 year associate degree in nursing from an outstanding program I also had over a year and a half acute care experience from a leading U.S. hospital. In Ontario the program that helps IENs segue is for immigrant nurses who often have to go back to school for an extended period....depends. When you contact the regulatory body, ask to speak with an adviser right away. Don't get overly discouraged because your situation leaves you falling throught the cracks...
Want more of my experience? Let me know. Meanwhile search this site for contributions on this and CRNE subjects. A lot has already been written that might help.Hope this does that too.