Foreign Nurses from the Philippines - page 24

by hael171972

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hello evryone.. im leah from the philippines. want to meet filipino nurses here... and discuss with them their success stories of immigrating in the usa.. and maybe they could help me also. mga pinoys and pinays...hope u... Read More


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    Hi! I'd like to know how filipino nurses are treated in foreign countries...do some patients choose who they want to take care of them?...is there racial discrimination? what about when it comes to promotion..is the management bias or fair? like for example, a nurse is given a promotion even though you worked harder and your much better than that nurse...and that's because he/she's from that country. please share your experiences.
    thank you for reading this.
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    hi friends

    well im new here in this forum and this is the 1st time i joined..hehehe..i found the forum very interesting specially for nurses like me..i have a question to ask regarding packet 3 and packet 4..i hope someone will reply to my post..:wink2: i passed my CGFNS last november 2005 and IELTS last march 2006 and got my visa screen May the same year..my attorney filed my petition june 2006 and it was approved august 16 2006..she sends me packet 3 august 26 and i returned it to her the other day after completing the form and the other requirements like birth certificate,passport and nbi clearance..i would like to ask how many weeks or months will i receive my packet 4? im afraid that the current visa availability for nurses would be unavailable anytime this month of november my attorney said ..let us hope and pray that retrogression will not continue..
    thank you and God Bless u all
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    Hello,

    I have a beautiful Pinay girlfriend in her final intensive review before she takes her board exams in December.

    We are going to get married. I am excited that she will be able to come to America to be with me and to be a nurse.

    From talking to her, it sounds like she needs to do volunteer nursing for experience. Can she do that in America? Or does she need to do that before she comes to America?

    Can she transfer from volunteering/internshipping in the Philippines to America?

    Has anyone here done this already? How will it take and what does my girlfriend need to do? Where does she start- she will already be a RN, I believe, she just needs the experience I guess.

    How come she didn't get the experience along with her nursing education like they do here in America?

    Any help and info would be greatly appreciated. I have been given some info already but I dont see how all of it applies strictly to this particular circumstance- for one thing, she wont need to apply for a visa because she will be married to me already.

    Salamat!

    Akong gugma, Kristine's Prinsipe, Christopher
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    She does not need to volunteer in the Philippines to get the needed experience although she need to pass the NCLEX in order to work as a nurse here.
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    Congrats to you and your Filipina. I am also engaged to a Filipina RN, part of the June 06 batch. My experience is there is SO MUCH MISINFORMATION among the Filipinos, and they tend to have a "herd mentality". You fiancee doesn't need experience, and in most cases she doesn't need to take the Philippine NLE, in fact if she plans to never practise in the Phils, her better plan is not to take the exam! Both of you should read about the licensing requirements in the state(s) you are interested in, and learn what is required for that. Plus you need to learn about how to petition your fiancee (or your wife) to become a permanent resident of the US. It's a bit time consuming, but not so hard to accomplish. For sure she will need to pass the NCLEX. If she has a usa tourist visa, you can marry in the states and do a Adjustment Of Status (AOS) petition and complete testing and licensing from US side. If no visa, then you can consider fiancee or spousal visa while she is still in the Phils. Maybe a 1 year process? The only MUST HAVE that I can see is, get the CES from cgfns before doing your AOS petition to be sure her education meets cgfns/State BON standards, and MAYBE an English language proficiency test if her school was in tagalog. Best wishes, and Good Luck!
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    Quote from sweet_nurse
    hi friends

    well im new here in this forum and this is the 1st time i joined..hehehe..i found the forum very interesting specially for nurses like me..i have a question to ask regarding packet 3 and packet 4..i hope someone will reply to my post..:wink2: i passed my cgfns last november 2005 and ielts last march 2006 and got my visa screen may the same year..my attorney filed my petition june 2006 and it was approved august 16 2006..she sends me packet 3 august 26 and i returned it to her the other day after completing the form and the other requirements like birth certificate,passport and nbi clearance..i would like to ask how many weeks or months will i receive my packet 4? im afraid that the current visa availability for nurses would be unavailable anytime this month of november my attorney said ..let us hope and pray that retrogression will not continue..
    thank you and god bless u all
    per the banner at the top of this thread:
    any and all questions pertaining to work in the us need to go to the international forum, they are not specific by any means to those only in the philippines.

    and most of this thread is more than two years old.

    please use international forum for us related issues.


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