A bigger question for you:
Why attend a program in a country that does not even accept that training for licensure in their own country? So how do you know what they training will be like when they do not even have LPN/LVNs in that country? Does not matter what the school says about themselves, the issue is when you try to get into further training in the US, they are going to want the LPN program completed in the US.
You can do all of the research that you want, but the LPN training programs are quite new in PI, and doubt that there have been more than a few that have actually gone thru the program and have passed the NCLEX-PN exam, and are currently in the US and working. And this is a major step in any school being accreditied in the US, the number of graduates that actually take and pass the NCLEX-PN exam the first time. No school in the US is accredited as soon as they open, it takes couple of years for that.
You are more than welcome to do as you please, but expect it not to be helpful to you for training there and then coming back to the US. And again, if they put into effect any requirements that you must work a certain period of time before you can get your diploma, you are still a citizen of there, a green card does not exempt you from your country's requirements. I would seriously reconsider what you are planning to do, there are many schools
in the US that have PN programs and they have openings. And their training is recognized here.
Cannot say that about any of the PN programs in PI, and for the ADN programs there as well. Those do not meet the US requirements as the BSN is the first level nurse there, they do not recognize the ADN. And that is what is followed if you do not train in the US.