Recruiting Agency - page 2
Has anyone signed up with the following agencies in the nursing field? O Grady Peyton International Crytzer England Group Dignity Healthcare Group Marskell Health Group... Read More
Mar 27, '17Quote from JustBeachyNurseLacking a nursing license in Canada will not be a barrier to obtaining one in the US. I agree with everything else JustBeachyNurse has shared regarding availability of for IENs.... but you need to ensure not being licensed in Canada isn't a barrier. TN. Not passing the Canadian licensing exams 3x and therefore ineligible for a Canadian provincial nursing license may be a barrier. You need to consult with an immigration attorney to be certain....
Mar 27, '17Quote from caringkay RNExactly what dishes said. US nurses do not need a recruiter. Just follow the steps beginning with NNAS. You might want to read the thread titled "NNAS experience" before you apply. It outlines the difficulties you will likely face with your education being deemed comparable to a Canadian education. If you do decide you need the help of an organization, contact Care Centre for IENs.Please anyone know of a good recruiter to help migrate to Canada? Am in USA, with RN,BSN.
Thank you all
Jan 7Hello Blackbee,
I have a quick question about what you have talked with those staffing agencies.
I am Korean and willing to migrate to the U.S as a registered nurse; however, I couldn't decide which agency I should choose among them. To be honest, in Korea, we usually make a contract with agency broker from Korea. It costs appx. 20,000USD. For this reason, I hope to directly make a contract with the U.S staffing agency like O'grady Peyton. So... I was wondering if you have gotten any updates of information on nursing agencies's treatment toward international nurses when contract since you posted this.
I hope you would reply to my question.
Thank you and happy new year!!