CA BRN new requirements for NCLEX RN international students - page 4

I had already registered online in Pearson Vue but I think I'm not yet eligible to take the test. Is there an expiration date for my registration at PV? I received a letter from CA BON requesting... Read More

  1. by   melai12
    Thanks ginger's mom.. that info will help me.. hope i can get all this done and able to take the exam..
  2. by   iamfromstacatalina
    @jamalang : hello! any updates on your application? Did you get your eligibility already from CA BON? Thanks...
  3. by   fim1234
    not yet.
  4. by   daffodilove
    Hi! I just got a letter from CA-BRN today telling me that i did not meet their minimum requirement for med-surg and OB nursing. I already passed the local nursing exam..I'm frustrated because some of my classmates have just breezed through their NCLEX application.What should i do?Everything that they asked from me and my school have already been submitted.
  5. by   iamfromstacatalina
    @daffodilove: that was frustrating to hear...I feel for you... It's really hard now applying nclex in CA. if u don't mind me asking what school did you graduated? tnx and good luck.
  6. by   chubbyhappy
    Hi daffodille,

    I got the same letter today. I felt devastated. What did you do after? Please help me. Thanks.
  7. by   daffodilove
    @iamfromstacatalina - i graduated from lanting college, allied course. how about you?
  8. by   retetestis
    hi jamalang,

    got your att yet? pls update us so we will know what to do. enlighten us. thanks. anyone here from university of the cordilleras?
  9. by   greenjungle
    If you're from PH, not an immigrant, forget applying to CA. You're wasting your time. Better to just stay in the PH.
  10. by   NurseCubanitaRN2b
    But a lot of them are green card holders. How can you just suggest they stay in the Philippines? This should be a lesson learned that if you're already a green card holder then just obtain your nursing degree in the US in order to avoid the long, stressful, justified, time consuming process.
  11. by   NurseCubanitaRN2b
    Sorry greenjungle, I misread your post.
  12. by   retetestis
    I'm a greencard holder. I just received the eligibilty to be an immigrant just after I graduated from college as a BSN. So I didn't have the option to study here in the US. I didn't know that there are other requirements for the re-application for NCLEX, no one knew because it is a new requirement from the BRN. It is also not posted anywhere in their website. You will just receive a letter after you reapply for the test,with the 150 reapplication fee which is nonrefundable, requiring such new requirements. For those who are not immigrants or green card holders, I admire you're perseverance in pursuing your nursing career here in US.

    PS.Please update us.thanks =)
  13. by   proudpinay
    some of the case here just received their immigrant status,approved petition from their parents or spouse as well..so not all have the chance to study here inthe US..Sadly the new CABON law was implemented..

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