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    hello silverdragon...
    yes ,i emailed her regarding the visa and she says that i will have to apply for a vistiors visa..if i dont pass the skill assessment and if i have to go through some programme..how can i convert my visa to student visa?
    iam all really confused about this and she said she has little information about it..
    since i have to plan everything before i come,i want to know every little detail that i may come upto..
    your help will be heartly appreciated

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    yes silverdragon..
    i have emailed her enquiring about all the confusion..and iam waiting for her reply..
    thank you anyways

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    hello silverdragon
    thanks for the advice..what is the probability that i will be eligible for crne after i go through this assessment process?
    what if i dnt meet the skill ..and be not eligible to write crne?should i have to join the classes?how long willl it take?
    iam really so confused about all these stuffs..
    any suggestions from you will be heartly accepted

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    hi everyone
    i got the response from the nova scotia nursing college and this is what it says..



    Dear ***********
    The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia (the College) has completed the review of your application for initial registration. In order to determine if your education and experience has provided you with the competencies we expect of a registered nurse working in Nova Scotia we require you to complete a general competence assessment. The Nova Scotia competence assessment is conducted at the Registered Nurses Professional Development Centre (RN-PDC) under the direction of ******** Faculty International Educated Nurse Program. You are responsible for all costs for the competence assessment. For a description of the assessment see the attached Appendix A: Information Sheet – Nursing Competence Assessment.


    How do you proceed:
    1. Sign and forward to the College the attached Appendix B: Consent for Release of Information;
    2. When the College receives the above signed form, we will forward the information outlined in the Consent for Release of Information to the RN-PDC in Halifax, NS;
    3. You then contact ********to arrange an appointment. Her telephone number is: ************
    4. You then complete the competence assessment at the RN-PDC in Halifax, NS;
    5. Following the completion of your competence assessment a report is prepared by the assessor at the RN-PDC and a copy is sent to you and the College. If the College determines, based on the report, that you have gaps in your knowledge, skills or abilities, you will be required to successfully complete remedial education before you can be deemed eligible to write the CRNE or receive a temporary licence.


    Time Limit:
    You have one year from the date of this letter to complete the competence assessment. If you do not complete the competence assessment within one year your file will be closed. In the event that at any time in that year you inform the College that you do not intend to do the competence assessment your file will be closed upon receipt of the information.




    iam so confused...what should i do next?what kind of visa should i apply for?
    anyone of help would be appreciated

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    hi nataliak
    iam applying for the nova scotia..and i want to find the job before comin there..Could you kindly let me know the name of the IEN recruitment agency that assisted you. My email address monikashrestha1986@gmail.com
    would really be grateful

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    hi dere..
    i was searching for the nursing eligibility in nova scotia when i came across to ur thread explaining about how you were eligible to write crne...i think u posted it quite a long time back ..but since you have already gone through this process i would like to ask few questions..
    i have also applied to nova scotia and iam waiting for the result..i wanted to know that once you are eligible to write for crne..and apply for temporary license, for how long will we provided with the temporary license? is it only for 6 months or so?
    i realy want a genuine information regarding this
    hoping to get a reply from you
    thankyou

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    hello
    thankyou silverdragon for ur information..
    my application is still in the process and i think it will tek time..are you in canada?
    i havent chosen any specifc place in nova scotia..as long as i get the job..any places will be fine..do u knw any specific site that will be of help to get the job?
    thanking you

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    hello
    i have send my application to be assessed in nova scotia to see if iam eligible for crne,..i would like to know if any one knows for how long wil i be provided with temporary license in case iam eligible...
    and if i become eligible can i find job online since i want the job confirmation before i go to nova scotia
    help if anyone knows
    thank you

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    thank you for your suggestion..il see to it

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    thankyou silverdragon..but do u have any idea about how to prepare for the individual competencies..any separate books that could be of help?

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    hello everyone
    I am a registered nurse from nepal and i am in process to go to canada..meanwhile i want to prepare for crne..i browsed the cna website and got to know about the competencies that the crne assesses..after searching a lot i also got idea that all the questions belong to one of those competencies.
    but iam confused about how to prepare all the competencies thoroughly..coz i think without preparing for the individual competencies..it would be little hard for me...
    anyone can help me to clear my doubts
    i would be grateful
    thank you



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