License Verification at PRC? - page 2

Me and my husband are both licensed in phil and California. :typing We are applying for license by endorsement but CGFNS is requiring us to verify license at PRC, does anybody can give number at PRC or any procedure to follow.... Read More

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    Quote from piquant
    is this the same as certified true copy or PRC ID authentication? If it's an ordinary authentication for NCLEX package (I will be sending copy of my license to them bec. they sent me a mail requesting for that document--unfortunately the LETTER OF EXPLANAtion didnt work :-( )....does it have to be claimed at DFA as well? Thank you?
    If you are talking about the License Verification at PRC, PRC will be the one sending it directly to either CGFNS or State BON. PRC will accomplished the license verification form that you got from CGFNS or state BON, and they will be the one sending the form to CGFNS or state BON. A photocopy of the License ID is required by PRC.

    No DFA authentication is needed.

    What state are you applying for a license? You might get in touch with them to make sure you will be doing the correct step. "Measure twice , cut once".
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    Thanks Daigorot!

    This is for my application for licensure for California (NCLEX-RN exam eligibility). I was just wondering if there's a simple authentication /was thinking maybe theyll just stamp it or what. I just dont want to send them a plain photocopy. I was only confused with the DFA part as my friend told me she was advised to claim her authentication at DFA! :-)
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    Quote from piquant
    Thanks Daigorot!

    This is for my application for licensure for California (NCLEX-RN exam eligibility). I was just wondering if there's a simple authentication /was thinking maybe theyll just stamp it or what. I just dont want to send them a plain photocopy. I was only confused with the DFA part as my friend told me she was advised to claim her authentication at DFA! :-)
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    Hi! Can you help me please coz I request a License Verification at PRC and PRC send it to CGFNS. The CGFNS already received it but us I checked it in CGFNS order status it say "received by not accepted". Is anyone here experience this kind of problem. thanks in advance.

    To Daigorot
    You mention that PRC will accomplished the license verification form that you got from CGFNS, is this form available in CGFNS website. Sorry I have no idea about it. thanks for your help.
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    I have a question. How long does it need to take for the VOL to reach CGFNS coming from PRC. coz i have already requested and submitted the VOL form to PRC last november, paid the 75 pesos for the mailing fee but for some strange reason, CGFNS has not received it yet. i regularly check my status with CGFNS. is PRC working that turtle slow? HELP PLS!
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    Quote from retrogirl
    Hi! Can you help me please coz I request a License Verification at PRC and PRC send it to CGFNS. The CGFNS already received it but us I checked it in CGFNS order status it say "received by not accepted". Is anyone here experience this kind of problem. thanks in advance.

    To Daigorot
    You mention that PRC will accomplished the license verification form that you got from CGFNS, is this form available in CGFNS website. Sorry I have no idea about it. thanks for your help.
    Are you processing your CGFNS-CES or CGFNS-CP?
    Anyhow, you can download the forms at CGFNS website. Just get the page "Request for Validation of Registration...". There is a part where you will write your info. The part for Registration Authority will be accomplished by PRC.

    I suggest that you must verify the status by calling CGFNS and ask them why it is not accepted, then ask them what you must do to expedite the process. If they tell you to redo the license verification then you must comply.
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    Quote from deadly_deathscythe
    I have a question. How long does it need to take for the VOL to reach CGFNS coming from PRC. coz i have already requested and submitted the VOL form to PRC last november, paid the 75 pesos for the mailing fee but for some strange reason, CGFNS has not received it yet. i regularly check my status with CGFNS. is PRC working that turtle slow? HELP PLS!
    Actually 75 pesos is the fee for License verification (or Validation of license). And 101 pesos must be paid for regular mailing and 21 pesos for documentary stamp. In my case, CGFNS received the form in the 10th day using regular mailing.

    Recall if you paid all the needed fees, if not, go to PRC again.
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    Quote from deadly_deathscythe
    I have a question. How long does it need to take for the VOL to reach CGFNS coming from PRC. coz i have already requested and submitted the VOL form to PRC last november, paid the 75 pesos for the mailing fee but for some strange reason, CGFNS has not received it yet. i regularly check my status with CGFNS. is PRC working that turtle slow? HELP PLS!
    Yeah I can relate to that. I passed my VOL to PRC November 6 then CGFNS received my documents December 21. I just sent it through regular mail and PRC told me it will take a month but if its through courier it will only be for a week. Best of luck!
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    it depends, if you opted to go for EMS (national courier) it woillt ake about 1 month or longer..but if DHL can deliver it to CGFNS in 1 day...DHL will cost you more though
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    Quote from jasper2009
    it depends, if you opted to go for EMS (national courier) it woillt ake about 1 month or longer..but if DHL can deliver it to CGFNS in 1 day...DHL will cost you more though
    DHL cannot deliver your letter within 1 day. DHL can deliver it within 2-3 days plus you can track it online.
    EMS is faster than regular mail. EMS has a tracking number too, cost more than regular mail. You can track it too when it reaches in the US...using USPS tracking system. FYI.


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