NCLEX in the UK
- 0Nov 16, '12 by sineadsmyth29Hi everyone, I am looking for some information. I am a UK nurse with a BSc Honors and a post grad in Diabetics. I am looking to move to America and wanted to work as a nurse. I know that its very hard to get visa's or even to get a job in the States. I have spoke to a company in the UK who state that they can offer the NCLEX exam and also help with the licensing process. I have some questions I need answered and wanted to know if any of you good people on here have had any experience with this company. Nurses4America.
1 Does anyone know this company or used them?
2 Is it worth while doing this course?
3 Is this course actually recongised in USA?
4 How hard is it to get a job in America with the NCLEX course?
5 Are there any other companies in the UK who do NCLEX?
6 Any tips on the best way about trying to get work in USA?
I know i have asked a lot of questions, but these are things i need answers to. Thanks everyone for your help.
- 1Nov 16, '12 by traumaRUs, MSN, APRN, CNS AdminAgree with above...probably not legit. NCLEX is not a course but rather the US-wide licensing exam. Many foreign-trained grads are finding that their education doesn't meet the US requirements.
Plus, as you stated, visas are at a premium because unemployment in the US is still pretty high. You will find many other foreign-grads with similar issues posting in the Immigration Forum.
- 0Nov 16, '12 by perioddramaQuote from sineadsmyth29Like others have stated, you have to apply to the State you want to live and work in first. And then when they give you authorization, you may apply thru Pearson-Vue and take the NCLEX. You do not have to take the test in the States. You can take it at specific international sites. Best call the Pearson-VUE agent in your EMEA region.5 Are there any other companies in the UK who do NCLEX?
Here is the website link with two methods of contact: email or telephone (blower).
- 0Nov 16, '12 by Silverdragon102, RN AdminMoved to the Nurse registration forum. Can do it yourself just read the state Board of nursing website and complete requirements. Then read up on retrogression and be prepared to wait the 6 plus years once you find a employer willing to wait and file immigrant visa application for you