I'm assuming that you have a valid SSN as VT recently required all applications must be submitted with such proof. The SSN requirement went into effect I think May, 2012 so now like in CA and many other States, one needs to have a SSN before they will even start to look at the application.
Let's say that you do have a SSN, but then, recently the VT BON has also started to enforce the same concurrency rules that 14-15 other States are applying to any and all applications.
Hopefully, your application will have been safe as you started your application early before the May, 2012, but at the same time, don't be surprised, if it gets rejected.
Here's the link to the that:
There are 34-35 States that are not on the concurrency rules yet, but that can changed at any day, as more and more States are looking to enforce these couple of decades or older rules as set forth.
There's plenty of reads on this topic in various forms, but it all boils down to CHED, PRC and PNA for their lack of understanding the USA minimum educational standards and of no fault of us foreign students or nurses.
Just know also that being an RN from the Phils with even a decade or more of nursing experience is no replacement in the USA BON's eyes, it will always depend on the educational background that must meet the particular State's minimum requirements.
It is truly sad news, but that's the harsh reality we must face and admit up to it in today's changing nursing world, especially, if you're an international applicant.