visa screen

  1. hey everyone,

    i don't know if i came to the right forum. i'm james rn currently working in the united arab emirates. i'd like to address this question: i'm an applicant for the nclex-rn and plans to take the test in sept 2007. now, i'm an ielts certified and i was told of its validity (2 years). it'll expire on november 2007. i'd like to apply for the US visa screen, but i don't know where and how.
    can somebody advise me what to do. i'll appreciate if you could help me with this. thanks in advance.

    james
    Last edit by sirI on Dec 27, '06 : Reason: edit personal information to protect identity
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   letina
    Quote from pumpkinhead30
    i'd like to apply for the US visa screen, but i don't know where and how.
    can somebody advise me what to do.
    CGFNS International is where you start
  4. by   Silverdragon102
    Hi and welcome to the site

    As mentioned CGFNS is the starting point, best to apply once you pass NCLEX as account is valid only for 12 months. Do a search on here plenty on the subject
  5. by   tetitto
    [QUOTE=pumpkinhead30;1988545]hey everyone,

    i don't know if i came to the right forum. i'm james rn currently working in the united arab emirates. i'd like to address this question: i'm an applicant for the nclex-rn and plans to take the test in sept 2007. now, i'm an ielts certified and i was told of its validity (2 years). it'll expire on november 2007. i'd like to apply for the US visa screen, but i don't know where and how.
    can somebody advise me what to do. i'll appreciate if you could help me with this. thanks in advance.

    james[/QUOT
    Hello and welcome
    I may suggest you to read the stiky on working in the USA by Suzzane. It does have lots of good information to work in USA.
  6. by   suzanne4
    You are going to need to retake the English exams, there is no way that a state will get the results to ICHP in the two month time and your Certificate be issued by then. None of the areas work that fast, that is for sure.

    If you were taking the exam in May or June, then you have a shot at it, but September with November expiration, just is not going to work that way.

    Sorry.

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