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RN endorsing license to California-BSN Philippines graduate - page 5

Hello there everyone! Im a licensed nurse of the state of NM but a resident here in California. I am a BSN graduate in the Philippines so the easiest way for me to get an eligibility is to go apt to... Read More

  1. Visit  rona1979 profile page
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    Quote from steppybay
    Lol, didn't I mention to you in another posting that if you're a PH grad 2005 and prior, you stand a good chance of getting your endorsement approved. It's the ones that graduated post-2005 that have to meet the concurrency rules.

    Congrats!
    Thanks Steppybay.

    I was getting paranoid lol!
  2. Visit  jetsevol profile page
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    Hi! I am a 2005 graduate from the Philippines too. I passed nclex year 2008. I tried endorsing my new mexico license year 2014. I submitted and complied with every requirements. After a long wait for my evaluation, the CaBRN required me to take MS and OB telling me it is about concurrency issues. So i searched everywhere where I can enroll but no vacant slot, sometimes they did not even sign me in because it would be 2 year at least for wait, will be futile since 3 years is the limit to comply. The good news came to me this month! I received a call from My board analyst telling me I no longer needed to repeat MS and Ob! Thank God! A miracle! After two weeks I got my license! prayer works!
  3. Visit  shesanurse profile page
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    Quote from jetsevol
    Hi! I am a 2005 graduate from the Philippines too. I passed nclex year 2008. I tried endorsing my new mexico license year 2014. I submitted and complied with every requirements. After a long wait for my evaluation, the CaBRN required me to take MS and OB telling me it is about concurrency issues. So i searched everywhere where I can enroll but no vacant slot, sometimes they did not even sign me in because it would be 2 year at least for wait, will be futile since 3 years is the limit to comply. The good news came to me this month! I received a call from My board analyst telling me I no longer needed to repeat MS and Ob! Thank God! A miracle! After two weeks I got my license! prayer works!
    Hi so out of no where they just called and informed you u dont need to take ms and ob? Wow congrats.
  4. Visit  rona1979 profile page
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    Congrats! Good thing you havent found a school yet otherwise you would have enrolled already and wasted a lot of money. God is really great! He has good plans for everyone. We just need to trust in Him.
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    Quote from shesanurse
    Hi so out of no where they just called and informed you u dont need to take ms and ob? Wow congrats.
    Yes out of nowhere..It is like my miracle from heaven..so it is a blessing in disguise that I wasnt able to find a school.
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    Quote from jetsevol
    Yes out of nowhere..It is like my miracle from heaven..so it is a blessing in disguise that I wasnt able to find a school.
    Were your cases concurrent? Thank u for replying [emoji4]
  7. Visit  jetsevol profile page
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    Quote from shesanurse
    Were your cases concurrent? Thank u for replying [emoji4]
    If you ask me I think my cases are concurrent, but CaBRN Evaluated it as non concurrent, so they ask me before to repeat MS and OB.
    then after almost 2 years I got the call That i no longer need to repeat, and then issued me my license.
  8. Visit  shesanurse profile page
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    Quote from jetsevol
    If you ask me I think my cases are concurrent, but CaBRN Evaluated it as non concurrent, so they ask me before to repeat MS and OB.
    then after almost 2 years I got the call That i no longer need to repeat, and then issued me my license.
    Did they also ask u for your log book during your initial application for endorsement before they asked u to repeat ob and ms?
  9. Visit  steppybay profile page
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    Quote from jetsevol
    If you ask me I think my cases are concurrent, but CaBRN Evaluated it as non concurrent, so they ask me before to repeat MS and OB.
    then after almost 2 years I got the call That i no longer need to repeat, and then issued me my license.
    More than likely, you were a PH grad prior to 2006 as many here before that graduated in 2004-2005, are able to either be approved for the ATT or get endorsed. It's those post-2005/2006 that are the most affected by the concurrency rules.

    I think there must be a second reviewer who looks at declined files and noticed your graduation year but saw that your transcripts were concurrent.

    If you had felt that you were concurrent, you could have filed for an appeal but must be done so in writing within the first year of your declination letter. However, if you pass the first year to file, then you lose your rights to appeal.

    Congrats!

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