BRN Stipulated Agreement

  1. 0 Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone in San Diego County area or in California know how long it takes for the BRN and DA to draft a stipulated agreement. I was denied my initial license for nursing because I had a petty theft on my record... they let me take the boards, and according to the pearson vue trick, I passed. It just seems like it's such a slow process, I still don't have my statement of issues in the mail.. I took my boards Dec 2013.. any help regarding this topic would be greatly appreciated.

    Leena
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  3. Visit  leena123 profile page

    About leena123

    Joined Mar '14; Posts: 1.

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  4. Visit  Meriwhen profile page
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    Moving to the Criminal History forum for more targeted responses. Please be aware that this is a moderated forum, and all posts are screened before being published. So it may take a bit for your response to appear.

    Unfortunately, all you can really do is wait. The CA BRN is notoriously slow as it is, and doubly so when it comes to these things. I would definitely try to follow up with them periodically.

    Best of luck.
  5. Visit  Sammy Mendez profile page
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    It may take a while, the BVNPT has a very slow process. Find a representative with the BVNPT that you can keep in contact with and e-mail for updated status reports, and stay consistent with your correspondence.
  6. Visit  Stressnewgrad profile page
    0
    Hi!

    I can give you a little insight, I graduated in May and was denied in October. I took my boards November 14th and I am still waiting for my stipulated agreement. I spoke to the Attoney general handeling my file and she said it should be finished this week and it should be to me sooon. Then depending upon the BRN it is usually 2 months before you get your licesne, unless there was an issue and the BRN denied your stipulated agreement (which from my understanding they rarely do, unless the convictions were felonys or grossly related to the nursing profession). In which case they decide to deny and take it to trial, you would be looking at about 7-8 months after they deny the aggrement. Which, from my research doesn't look like your case will go all the way to trial.


    Anyhow, best of luck to you!!!
  7. Visit  Stressnewgrad profile page
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    Try looking up this new regulation passed by Governer Jerry Brown. AB 2396 (Bonta).


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