After registering for NCLEX.....

  1. Can somebody give me an Idea of how this works....
    I'm being recruited by a nursing company that will register me this week for NCLEX in New Mexico. How long does this take, or What Follows???

    Some orientation please!
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  3. by   rn4ever?
    If you have the complete documents that the NM BON is requiring, then an ATT will be issued. The ATT will expire in three months---so you have to test within those dates that they gave you.
    Quote from Yira
    Can somebody give me an Idea of how this works....
    I'm being recruited by a nursing company that will register me this week for NCLEX in New Mexico. How long does this take, or What Follows???

    Some orientation please!
  4. by   jaypee29
    hi! im already done with my application for nclex and i am now waiting for authorization to take the test, all of the requirements were submitted last october 2007 from my school in the philippines and until now i havent recieved anything from BON, im really worried about the status of my application for nclex,should i worry about it? wat could i do to track down if my application is being processed?
  5. by   FA2Z
    Quote from jaypee29
    all of the requirements were submitted last october 2007 and until now i havent recieved anything from BON, im really worried about the status of my application for nclex,should i worry about it? wat could i do to track down if my application is being processed?
    Hi, What state is it?
  6. by   jaypee29
    Quote from FA2Z
    Hi, What state is it?
    california..thanks!
  7. by   Silverdragon102
    As an International student you are looking at anything longer than 3 months before getting ATT. Once passed NCLEX and meet US requirements to be a RN you are then affected by retrogression and at moment looking at over 5 years before getting to the US and work and that is if you are lucky to get a visa as no longer a guarantee. Please take the time to check out the International forum as much is written on current immigration issues

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