Canada's Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) - page 3
Hello everyone! Anybody in here who is undergoing the Provincial Nominee Program in any provinces in Canada by their employer? It would be much appreciated if you will share your experiences... Read More
1Nov 6, '08 by breechQuote from lolita_crossNo, you don't need to pass CRNE first before you can proceed for immigration processing. As long you are eligible with CRNBC, got a job offer from a canadian employer, have an LMO, you can start processing work permit OR thru Provincial Nominee Program.Hi Breech , you need to pass CRNE exam + 250 hours for immigrant application , that is you have to clear first before you submit immigrant application. ( Based on immigration lawyer ). Do you think we can start the whole process without passing CRNE exam first ? From other threads , it's not easy to pass. I'm confused
What you are referring is how to obtain full licensure in CRNBC. You need to pass CRNE and comply the 250 hrs supervised work by a Canadian employer before you can get full registration. CRNE is taken only in Canada.Last edit by breech on Nov 7, '08
1Nov 11, '08 by breechQuote from lolita_crossInterview was via the phone. Questions like....Hi Breech and Justyzz ,
Any advice on interview questions ?
Could you give me some example ?
"How do you manage your work and stress?"
"How big is your hospital your working now?"
"Do you know of a colleague who commits medication error?"
"Why do you choose us?"
"How about working in ER, telemetry? Do you know how to read ECG?"
Questions were more on professional and psychosocial issues. Actually, there were 4 of them interviewing me. After they're done throwing questions at me, they introduce the hospital's profile... it took about 40 minutes..
0Quote from justyzzThis is my experience so far. mind you i am a registered psychiatric nurse so my experience might differ from general registered nurses.
February 2007 - completed registration with the College of Registered psychiatric nurses of BC
February 2008 - visited BC to write registration exams. not necessary but no doubt helped secure a jo.
June 2008 - telephone interview with interior health. interview successful
september 2008 - confirmation of job offer from interior health after references and other checks.
september 2008 - applicaton forms for PNP emailed to me from interior health
07 October 2008 - interior health sent PNP application to Health Match BC
08 October 2008 - Healthmatch BC forwared application to BC ministry responsible for PNP nomination.
21 October 2008 - BC PNP emailed to confirm application was recieved on 10 october 2008 and given a file number.
25 october - PNP replied an email i sent enquiring how long PNP process take. they said 3-4 weeks maximum.
any updates on your PNP? It would be much appreciated if you could share it to us! Thanks..
0Quote from justyzzthank you justyzz for sharing your info. Im applying here in Canadian Embassy, Manilayes i did get the bright green stickers. i am applying for both WP and PR. where are you applying from? am using the London, UK office. they require notarised copies of documents for the PR. very expensive here.
0Quote from justyzzNo. I was not required to notarise my documents. They asked the original copies and they will just return once the decision has been made.are you required to notarise copies of all your documents? i know there are different requirements for different visa offices
0Quote from Nurse_PUKYAWI spent $210 CAD for registration with CRNBC. It already increased to $262.50 now.hi breech how much did you spend on your application ? applying in Canada is way too expensive than the US nclex exam is that right?. tnx and good luck
In my experience, US is more expensive.