Official word has finally come out that beginning Janaury, 2005, there will be
three pilot test centers opened. London, Hong Kong and Seoul are the three sites picked on a trial basis. No word yet if the fee structure will remain the same for those sites. You will still need to receive an ATT letter to be able to sit for this exam. Licensure requirements will also remain the same, the only thing that these test sites will do is save you money by not having to fly to the US to take the exam beforehand.
Jun 14, '04
Quote from suzanne4
Not sure where you live but the test has always been available in Guam and Saipan. A US tourist visa is not required for Saipan to take the test.
Glad that I made someone smile today.
For me to fly to Hongkong is much better as it only takes about 3 hours flight compared to 16-20 hours to the US. That's why I was very happy upon reading your post. Tourist visa has never been a problem to me as I have a 10 years multiple-entry to the US. It's just the long hours flight that I hate because it makes me fall ill every time I arrive at the destination.
Last edit by cyvermum on Jun 14, '04