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This is a discussion on pleae give me some suggestions. in International Nursing, part of World Nursing ... I graduated this August with a BSN degree from USA. I came here as an international student. I have...by spbr Sep 17, '12I graduated this August with a BSN degree from USA. I came here as an international student. I have been waiting for my ATT for almost three weeks and have not received it yet. I want to get my license here and go to Australia or Canada because my husband is back home and his visa has been denied when he applied to come here as a student and also as a dependent visa on my student visa. His visa was rejected twice so we do not want to try another time. I was just wondering if it is better for me to finish my NCLEX here and move to Australia or Canada to work there. If I do not have to take the NCLEX for these countries then pleae let me know what do I have to do. I have not seen my husband for four years and I just want to move on with my life but nursing is all I want to do. I want to be with him working as a nurse and pursuing further education in nursing. Any suggestions on moving to other countries as a nurse is what I am looking for where I can take my husband with me. Please sugest me and thank you all for your suggestions.
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- Sep 18, '12 by Silverdragon102I would suggest taking NCLEX as Canada and Australia generally require a license in the country you trained. What sort of visa are you looking at for Australia and Canada? Either country the process may take several months.
- Sep 18, '12 by spbrI am looking to go there as a student starting jan-feb intake for master's in nursing or public health. I think student visa is the only fastest route. Also, I tired looking for several nursing schools in Australia for nursing in master's but I have been confused in post graduate and other criteria that they have. If anyone is trying to go to study master's in canada or Australia in nursing or public health, I would really appreciate it.