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hello!!! would like to ask that ii ssn is not secured in california within 3 years upon passing nclex...is it true that license will be forfeited? pls correct if it's wrong or true? thanks... Read More

  1. by   suzanne4
    Also depends on what your school submitted. For the CGFNS exam, there is a form that needs to be completed that gives the breakdown of your hours; some submit only that, and others send the entire transcript. I always recommend to have the entire transcript sent at that time so that nothing needs to be submitted later on.
  2. by   suzanne4
    Quote from fruity
    My NCLEX will expire come January, and like what have been written here over and over I will just have to pay the fees... Just want to ask if I submit the application and pay the fees again, will they automatically know that I am the same person who applied years ago and have an existing application with them or do I have to call them and notify that I am the same person? Thanks in advance for answering my inquiry.
    The NCLEX exam does not have an expiration date, but the application that was submitted to CA. If you do not present them with a SN# in the three years that they give you, your file is destroyed. You cannot renew an application until the other expires as it is still active.

    My suggestion would be to have CA submit your passing results as soon as possible to another state, preferably one that will issue you a hard license this time and then you will be okay. But you need to get it done right now as this is going into holiday season and offices will not have as much staff working to get things done.

    As long as CA gets your results sent, then you are okay; you do not need to get the new license by that time, they just need to get the results sent. You may wish to use two states if you are not sure what you are going to do right now.
  3. by   fruity
    Quote from suzanne4
    The NCLEX exam does not have an expiration date, but the application that was submitted to CA. If you do not present them with a SN# in the three years that they give you, your file is destroyed. You cannot renew an application until the other expires as it is still active.

    My suggestion would be to have CA submit your passing results as soon as possible to another state, preferably one that will issue you a hard license this time and then you will be okay. But you need to get it done right now as this is going into holiday season and offices will not have as much staff working to get things done.

    As long as CA gets your results sent, then you are okay; you do not need to get the new license by that time, they just need to get the results sent. You may wish to use two states if you are not sure what you are going to do right now.

    Thank you Suzzane and silverdragon. How do I ask CA to submit my results to another state? can I just call them or do I have to write them? I don't have an application yet to another state, is it ok to ask CA to submit my results to that state even I am still at the process of my application with them?

    Again, thank you so much for all your suggestions...You guys are really a big help.
  4. by   fruity
    Another question, my employer is in CA, and have a PD of 2005, in the event that my pd gets current, will I have problem in endorsing my license from another state to CA? Thanks again!!!!
  5. by   suzanne4
    All requests must be in writing, no state board will accept any requests over the phone. There is also a fee that is involved for them to do this, and as much as I remember it is the same as the one for verification for the VSC. $60 US.

    No problem at all endorsing to CA.

    Just get things done as soon as possible so that you do not need to start things over again.
  6. by   fruity
    Do I have to fill-up the "VErification of License" form found in their website or just do a letter of request? I'm sorry for these questions, I will do my best to submit this within the week and I don't want to make mistakes....BTW, I will also send my application to vermont BON within the week also. Thanks again!
  7. by   suzanne4
    Always use a form is one is available. Make sure that you include payment to CA for doing this, or the form will just sit there.

    But a bigger question is why you have a PD date from 2005, and are still waiting for a visa? You have already been thru two retrogressions by now.
  8. by   fruity
    Yes, its true that 2 retrogression have passed and I am still here stuck in packet3..... My pd is december 2005.... When I graduated in 2003, I was so eager to finish all my exams (english, Cgfns and NCLex) not knowing some immigration issues to consider.... anyway, by January 2005 I have finished all my exams but started my immigration process March 2005 on my first employer, but I140 got denied due to "ability to pay"...decided to find a new employer and finally filed another I 140 in December.... I140 got approved may 2006 but it took them almost 31/2 months to transfer my docs from USCIS- NVC... and there... I got hit by retrogression... and in July visa fiasco, I was asked to resubmit ds230 and my case were completed for the 2nd time, but still and again. hit by retrogression. Here's my story.

    Anyway, in the form that is available, there is a question "state of current licensure" and "state of original licensure" they are also asking license number for these. Can I just leave it blank? Thanks again.
  9. by   suzanne4
    You have passed the NCLEX exam but do not hold a license in the US. So just include a note to them with your application explaining what you did here.
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    As to what you have posted, if the first employer was denied, then the 2005 PD date is no longer in effect, but the one from the second employer. When the I-140 gets denied, then it is back to square one, so that it least makes more sense. If the first one would have been a straight shot, then you would have been in the US two years ago.

    Let this serve as a warning to others, check out your employer thoroughly before signing anything.
  10. by   fruity
    Thank you!
    Thank you!
    Thank you!

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