Where would be the best and easiest country to go to if you wanted to work as a nurse

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    I'm a filipino and a registered nurse here. I'm planning to apply to Canada or Australia. Wherever that has the easiest requiremens.If you could also give me the step by step process for canada or australia it'll be a great help. PS. I was also planning to apply for nclex rn in US but read a lot of sad news.
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    You need to apply to where you want to live. Don't just choose a country because you think it is the "easiest".

    If you do search of the threads on here you will find answers to your questions. The process for applying to both countries has been covered extensively.
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    By EASIEST I understand nursegela means the path that her education and training is ALREADY most compatible with. I am looking for information about an adult trained nurse in the UK working as an RN in the USA. There are major hurdles as there is further education and training required before even being permitted to apply to take licensing exams. FYI to anyone else interested there is a transitional training programme being offered in the state of Tacoma WA: Internationally Educated Nurses Transition P...
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    Both Australia and Canada have their own requirements and for both some form of assessment or bridging program must be done before either eligibility to sit CRNE for Canada or be classed as a RN in Australia. As mentioned in a previous post suggest a good read in the Nurse Registration forum as well as reading the Immigration forum on Immigration requirements for each country
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    Quote from americanrose
    By EASIEST I understand nursegela means the path that her education and training is ALREADY most compatible with. I am looking for information about an adult trained nurse in the UK working as an RN in the USA. There are major hurdles as there is further education and training required before even being permitted to apply to take licensing exams. FYI to anyone else interested there is a transitional training programme being offered in the state of Tacoma WA: Internationally Educated Nurses Transition P...
    Looking at the transitional program it doesn't look as if it will meet the needs of clinical and theory hours for Paeds, obstetrics and mental Health if short on requirements for the US
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    I'm sorry but im not quite familiar about the process on how to be an RN in canada. What's this CRNE?
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    Do a search on here for threads on applying plus read the sticky for IENs applying to Canada.

    CRNE is the Canadian exam that you have to pass to get a license.


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