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Prospective international nursing student in Canada - page 4

Hello everone, I'm brand new here & would greatly appreciate any input. I apologize if this is a repeat topic, I have searched a lot before posting and there are a number of topics about nurses... Read More

  1. Visit  Fiona59 profile page
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    Quote from petethecanuck
    classy
    and articulate!
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  2. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from fkdlwms5
    don't listen to these *******s... you surely can work in canada. student visa is for you to go to school not to work.... they have what's called "working visa" that allows you to work in canada you just have to apply for it and within about 3 months you'd have it... Canada need nurses!!! alll the collegues that graduate from here are running away to the states! so I think the hospitals here will be more than happy to hire you.( you still need take the registration exam before you get a license which all graduates have to go through..
    Can you provide a link for this working visa? Being someone who came and worked with temp work visa we had to have a LMO and a medical before visa was issued and that took a bit longer than 3 months. I am seeing less and less jobs advertised and for an IEN to get one the employer has to get a LMO which takes several weeks and they have to prove that they have advertised across Canada and can't fill it.
  3. Visit  Trishrpn80 profile page
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    Quote from fkdlwms5
    don't listen to these *******s... you surely can work in canada. student visa is for you to go to school not to work.... they have what's called "working visa" that allows you to work in canada you just have to apply for it and within about 3 months you'd have it... Canada need nurses!!! alll the collegues that graduate from here are running away to the states! so I think the hospitals here will be more than happy to hire you.( you still need take the registration exam before you get a license which all graduates have to go through..
    Very professional... Hmmm are u typing from the 1990's? Nurses going to the USA isnt happening as it was back in 90's and early 2000's.. Time to update ur info

    If u want to do nursing then alot of employers in the Northern regions (at least mine) hire IENs or ppl who need work visa because its hard to staff up here due to various reasons (cold and isolated being at the top)
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  4. Visit  bra3005 profile page
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    Hi Knina, thanks for sharing all the info. Im planning to apply for the fast track nurse bachelor, as I already have a bachelor and postgraduate in Nutrition Science from Brazil. How was your application process and do you think you need high grades to get in?


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