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is there anyone here who tried applying in this agency? their site is www.go2canada.com and unfortunately, there aren't many sites that offer feedback about their processing. my mother and I qualified and we we're scheduled for... Read More


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    Quote from ♥sassyRN♥
    oh i see.. Goodluck then! Did you apply first in CLPNBC before ICES? or its the other way around. Once you made eligible by CLPNBC can you fly to Canada immediately? Who will provide you with your visa and temporary work permit? Thanks so much! I really have to know what will happen once i started my application.
    You have to apply for temp work visa, can't start work etc without one. Please take the time to read a couple of the threads as this has been answered several times
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    Quote from LucyNtheSkyW/Diamnds
    Thank you so much for sharing this. Right now I am awaiting the result of my LPN assessment. If it is successful I understand that they will issue a temporary license which I can then present to potential employers in BC? I guess what I should be doing at this time is to research possible employers to contact once the temp license is issued.....

    I feel scared to do this on my own with very limited contacts in BC, but I guess I have no choice. Thanks so much for the guidance. Will keep you posted.

    Dear LucyNtheSkyW/Diamnds,

    can't seem to send a pm yet. I just wanted to know the province where you applied for assessment. thanks. I've been contemplating on applying for registration myself. this forum is really helpful.i wanted to apply for registration in Ontario since my mother is there but a consultant told me that nurses from the Philippines are not qualified to apply for registration in ontario since they require 16 years of formal education.And most of Filipino nurses only have 14 years of formal education. A bit hesitant to apply for registration too since i've only been working for more than a year in an ambulatory clinic. I wanted to know what province can i possibly apply for assessment.
    Thank you so much to those who will address my querry. You are all a blessing to me.
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    Quote from ♥sassyRN♥
    oh i see.. Goodluck then! Did you apply first in CLPNBC before ICES? or its the other way around. Once you made eligible by CLPNBC can you fly to Canada immediately? Who will provide you with your visa and temporary work permit? Thanks so much! I really have to know what will happen once i started my application.
    ICES will prepare your credential evaluation report for CLPNBC and since it takes a while, it would make sense to apply to ICES first. also, they will provide you a copy of the evaluation report so at least you'll be able to review it and check for discrepancies before it is forwarded to CLPNBC.
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    Quote from fmog
    Dear LucyNtheSkyW/Diamnds,

    can't seem to send a pm yet. I just wanted to know the province where you applied for assessment. thanks. I've been contemplating on applying for registration myself. this forum is really helpful.i wanted to apply for registration in Ontario since my mother is there but a consultant told me that nurses from the Philippines are not qualified to apply for registration in ontario since they require 16 years of formal education.And most of Filipino nurses only have 14 years of formal education. A bit hesitant to apply for registration too since i've only been working for more than a year in an ambulatory clinic. I wanted to know what province can i possibly apply for assessment.
    Thank you so much to those who will address my querry. You are all a blessing to me.
    hi,

    actually we're both worrying about the same thing -- i wish there was some way we could know in advance if we are eligible for a certain province or not because the application fees are so expensive, and waiting for the assessment results takes several months. i applied in Ontario last March, and i'm a 2nd courser, was found ineligible there so now i'm trying out BC as LPN because i don't think i can still afford to wait several months for an application with CRNBC which could potentially be denied again.....but then one of CRNBC's requirements for registration is a passing IELTS score no more than a year old, and my IELTS will turn one year old early next year so I'm thinking maybe I should go ahead with the application anyway....(sigh!!!) I'm almost at my wit's end here

    would anyone out there know if CRNBC finds 2nd coursers eligible for registration? any actual testimonies?

    moreover, it would be helpful too if anyone could share other provinces that do so, like some sort of list, however short, would be so much appreciated. thanks so much.....
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    hi lucy! thanks!! peepoRN (in the other thread) is a 2nd courser made eligible by CRNBC. Im a second courser too.. I'll pursue CRNBC first before CLPNBC..
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    Quote from ♥sassyRN♥
    hi lucy! thanks!! peepoRN (in the other thread) is a 2nd courser made eligible by CRNBC. Im a second courser too.. I'll pursue CRNBC first before CLPNBC..
    yes, that was very encouraging. i've decided to push through with the CRNBC application too

    can't waste any more time....


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