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Why some applicants got their att or endorsement rn license even their or/dr cases were not concurrent??? Should i send an appeal and tell ca brn with their names and why is like that???
This is crazy. Please advice. Thanks.
Can you better explain your comment about "even their or/dr cases were not concurrent"?
Remember if they were pre-2005 grads it may not affect them at all. If they were post-2005 grads, maybe they really were concurrent?
One other possibility and some posters have mentioned it, that their schools
"adjusted" (as in altered) their school documents to show they were "concurrent" but it didn't happen to them but rather their friend or a friend of a friend.
So you know that means? It means that some school official(s) may have been taking a bribe or offered "favors" to change the transcripts (so they are now concurrent), this only means they are willing to falsify documentation thus committing a fraudulent application in the process.
Whether you want to let the CA BRN know of certain individuals you know, it's totally up to you.
If you know they cheated and you decide to let it go and look the other way, then it's not the CA BRN at fault, but your's since you let them get their ATT or get the endorsement and you're going to suffer in silence.
They will get the chance to work and live in CA and maybe you'll not get so lucky and have to go thru the additional classes if you can get done before the 3rd year expiration date.
Yes, you can file an appeal but you need do so within one year of the CA BRN declination letter or you lose the right to appeal.