Re: US Retrogression..And Im a reviewee

  1. Im about to have an interview with HCCA and hopefully will start my NCLEX review.. But whats gonna happen now that there's retrogression again.. Im really up to this now.. Anybody in HCCA that could advice me...
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   RGN1
    If you're a British citizen whose education was in the UK then you're unlikely to be affected by retrogression - check out the sticky in this forum.
  4. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from RGN1
    If you're a British citizen whose education was in the UK then you're unlikely to be affected by retrogression - check out the sticky in this forum.

    :yeahthat:

    A lot depends on place of birth this is the deciding factor on whether you willbe affected or not
  5. by   onp
    thanks for the reply guyz.. would it be a problem if i tell you im one of the nurses from PIC countries.. working currently in the UK.. for 5 years....if i am now" a british citizen".. will it make any difference?
  6. by   Silverdragon102
    Quote from onp
    thanks for the reply guyz.. would it be a problem if i tell you im one of the nurses from PIC countries.. working currently in the UK.. for 5 years....if i am now" a british citizen".. will it make any difference?
    Makes no difference as it is done on place of birth.. so if from one of the PIC countries then you will be looking at delays

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