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i'm currently living in canada, and i am in the last year of my nursing program at henry ford cc in dearborn, michigan (i commute back and forth). i will be graduating in december and getting my associate degree in nursing. i will then apply for the nclex-rn exam and hopefully pass in order to become licensed in michigan. a friend of mine recently told me that the american border will not allow me to work in michigan unless i have a bsn, and that my adn will not be enough even if i'm licensed in michigan. is this true? i'm wondering if there are any canadians, who obtained a nursing degree in michigan, that can help me with this.
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- Aug 5, '12 by Sandibeach63Quote from salmariaSamaria, hello responding to your post . I live in Windsor and work in Detroit. I do not know where your fried got their facts but you may work with your ADN . I just met a new nurse who graduated from your school and is working Grace Siani . best bet call the border , which one will you be dealing with? I do bridge and they can be so rude!!! just really know your rights!!!.Good luck with everything and I will assist you in this confusing endeavorHi everyone,
I'm currently living in Canada, and I am in the last year of my nursing program at Henry Ford CC in Dearborn, Michigan (I commute back and forth). I will be graduating in December and getting my Associate Degree in Nursing. I will then apply for the NCLEX-RN exam and hopefully pass in order to become licensed in Michigan. A friend of mine recently told me that the American border will not allow me to work in Michigan unless I have a BSN, and that my ADN will not be enough even if I'm licensed in Michigan. Is this true? I'm wondering if there are any Canadians, who obtained a nursing degree in Michigan, that can help me with this.