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are there foreigned trained nurses here in las vegas

  1. 0 hi!
    i am a nurse from the phils and an immigrant here in vegas. did you have difficulty in looking for a nursing jobs here?
  2. Visit  spongebob6286 profile page

    About spongebob6286, BSN

    spongebob6286 has '7' year(s) of experience. From 'philippines'; Joined Dec '07; Posts: 851; Likes: 104.

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  3. Visit  Yost70 profile page
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    Hello!

    I am a Registered Respiratory Therapist, and my wife is a Filipino trained Registered Nurse.I did a travel contract back in 2005, and the "majority" of the nurses I worked with were Filipino.I don't see a problem if you've been approved by the CGFNS already, and you are RN eligible.They will probably require that you have your RN first. The only bad thing is that "some" hospitals are "not" hiring new grads right now due to budget cuts.You will probably have to sell yourself (skills) to them on your resume.I always tell my wife to emphasize her UST education since UST (1611) is older than Harvard (1638). Most Americans are shocked that by that...and a little jealous.

    If you can't get hired by a hospital, you can always try a skilled nursing facility or an acute rehab hospital like Healthsouth.Give it a try.

    Keep in mind, that without Filipino nurses in Vegas...the city would shut down, and people would die. Be proud of your education -- its better than most U.S. programs. Most U.S. nurses only have an AS degree, unlike Filipinos who have a BSN.

    I hope this helps.:wink2:
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  4. Visit  elkniwt profile page
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    Quote from Yost70
    Hello!

    I am a Registered Respiratory Therapist, and my wife is a Filipino trained Registered Nurse.I did a travel contract back in 2005, and the "majority" of the nurses I worked with were Filipino.I don't see a problem if you've been approved by the CGFNS already, and you are RN eligible.They will probably require that you have your RN first. The only bad thing is that "some" hospitals are "not" hiring new grads right now due to budget cuts.You will probably have to sell yourself (skills) to them on your resume.I always tell my wife to emphasize her UST education since UST (1611) is older than Harvard (1638). Most Americans are shocked that by that...and a little jealous.

    If you can't get hired by a hospital, you can always try a skilled nursing facility or an acute rehab hospital like Healthsouth.Give it a try.

    Keep in mind, that without Filipino nurses in Vegas...the city would shut down, and people would die. Be proud of your education -- its better than most U.S. programs. Most U.S. nurses only have an AS degree, unlike Filipinos who have a BSN.

    I hope this helps.:wink2:
    wow Yost70! that was inspiring! I'm also a UST grad and i'm proud to be one!

    anyway, I'm also planning to work in Vegas as a nurse but I'm currently having trouble with the application process. I'm kinda confused on the CES, eligibility, and ATT thing. Can you suggest steps on how to process my application?

    Another thing, how were you able to migrate there? Are English proficiency exams still required to have a working visa?
  5. Visit  shodobe profile page
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    "Keep in mind, that without Filipino nurses in Vegas...the city would shut down, and people would die. Be proud of your education -- its better than most U.S. programs. Most U.S. nurses only have an AS degree, unlike Filipinos who have a BSN."

    Think alot of yourself, don't you. This country grads enough nurses where there should be no need for foreign trained nurses. I highly doubt Vegas would shut down if the Filipinos left. As far as I know, the BSN that Filipinos get back home isn't on par with the BSN gotten here in the states, that is what I have been told by the Filipinos I work with.
  6. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from elkniwt
    wow Yost70! that was inspiring! I'm also a UST grad and i'm proud to be one!

    anyway, I'm also planning to work in Vegas as a nurse but I'm currently having trouble with the application process. I'm kinda confused on the CES, eligibility, and ATT thing. Can you suggest steps on how to process my application?

    Another thing, how were you able to migrate there? Are English proficiency exams still required to have a working visa?
    CES is with CGFNS and if the state requires it would recommend you get full course by course. Only once you are eligibly and state gives permission will you get ATT and be able to sit the exam. They will not give it until you meet their requirements for foreign trained nurse. English exams are a requirements for visa screen certificate and you are the one looking for a work visa. Be aware with current retrogression there is a several years waiting for a work visa so may want to consider something else. I would suggest a good read in the International forum under the region tab above.
  7. Visit  HazeKomp profile page
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    Quote from Yost70
    Keep in mind, that without Filipino nurses in Vegas...the city would shut down,
    I don't think the city would shut down...
    but many of the hospitals would really be hurting!!!

    My experience with my Filipino peers are just like American-educated nurses: Some are amazing, others not.
    I do personally work with several that are fantastic nurses.

    My hospital has many, many working in our ICU and in or ORs. We would be in deep lack-of-staff "do-do" without them!

    Haze
  8. Visit  yehs14 profile page
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    Quote from elkniwt
    wow Yost70! that was inspiring! I'm also a UST grad and i'm proud to be one!

    anyway, I'm also planning to work in Vegas as a nurse but I'm currently having trouble with the application process. I'm kinda confused on the CES, eligibility, and ATT thing. Can you suggest steps on how to process my application?

    Another thing, how were you able to migrate there? Are English proficiency exams still required to have a working visa?

    Hi spongebob6286... Did you already apply for the Nevada licensure Exam?
    I am also form Philippines... I am planning to take Nevada NCLEX... Please help me on the process of CGFNS-CES? I really need help...

    Your reply will be very much appreciated
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  9. Visit  spongebob6286 profile page
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    i sent u a PM
  10. Visit  cyre128 profile page
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    hi, i hope somebody will still update this thread,. I just wanna ask for some help about the CGFNS- CES? I really want to take the NCLEX exam for Nevada pls help me anyone.. thank you
  11. Visit  Ms21 profile page
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    Hi I'm planning the same thing. How are your application by now?
  12. Visit  Shamcey Morales profile page
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    Hi I am a filipino RN too;,.lives in New York;,. I had my CGFNS certificate wayback 2005 and been petitioned by an agency here in NY as an immigrant by same certificate;,. As far as I remember;,.try to log in to the website of NCSBN.ORG they have the specific instructions on each state council on how to register for the Board of Nursing depending which state you may wish to register ( each council has different requirements). after your CES been approved you can then apply at pearsonvue for your nclex exam through on line and can obtain ATT .Hope this will help;,.
  13. Visit  pampangakid profile page
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    Hi Spongebob6286, I am also from phils, and I ammoving to vegas from maryland, I have several years of experience in nursing, I am starting look for hospitals but not too serious coz I have to sell my house here before moving there. So far I don't see any difficulties looking for a job, I only looked online and I have found hundreds of them BUT they need someone with experience, I think it is hard for someone who doens't have one.
  14. Visit  cyre128 profile page
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    Quote from Ms21
    Hi I'm planning the same thing. How are your application by now?
    hi,,i haven't started my application yet.,maybe this month. How about you?


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