Take advantage of your background! I would recommend that you obtain certification as a medical interpreter for your native language - here is some information on that process The National Board of Certification for Medical Interpreters (NBCMI)
. There is an ongoing demand for this type of work due to regulatory requirements. This certification will add value to your resume & also make you eligible for work with one of the "language line" companies that supply interpreters or even with a large employer that may employ their own interpreters.
Other avenues you may wish to explore while you're waiting on your license is ER Tech. Telemetry Tech or phlebotomy - all very do-able for someone with your level of experience!
A note of caution: Please be very careful about referring to yourself as "NURSE" until you are licensed to do so - this is a protected title
in many states (including mine). You don't want to accidentally find yourself labeled as an "imposter" since that could end up affecting your ability to obtain a license.