As per VT BoN you must pass the NCLEX within 5 years of your first test date and it appears if you have failed twice, you must pass an approved refresher course to test again. You may have difficulty retesting with VT BoN, since VT BoN now requires a social security number as of May 2012.
You would have to apply directly to a new board of nursing for a license by examination as an IEN as applications cannot be transferred between boards of nursing. However, you can transfer your credentials evaluation from CGFNS to another board of nursing for a fee.
There is a link to all of the US Boards of Nursing at the bottom of this site here: Boards Of Nursing for Nurses | Nursing Students
All include information how to apply for a license by examination as an internationally educated nurse and whether a SSN is required. Many states require successful completion of an approved professional nursing refresher course if an applicant has failed the NCLEX 2-3 times even for another state.
Thread moved to Nurse Registration in the World Nursing Section to elicit further response and support as there are others in similar situation.
Note: a refresher course is NOT the same as an NCLEX review class. A board approved refresher course includes classroom, lab and clinical time to refresh and practice the theory and skills required of a professional nurse