Enforcement Review TX BON - page 14
by Huckleberry33 | 57,423 Views | 137 Comments
I am graduating nursing school in Decemeber. I submitted a declaratory form with all supporting documents of dismissal and paid to register for the NCLEX...then I received a letter a few days later from the TX BON. It stated that... Read More
- 0May 23 by mad_marty1queen my situation is almost exactly like yours. I knew about the case on my record and it was also dismissed. I actually didn't find out about sending in a declaratory order until this past fall, so that screwed me up in sending it earlier seeing as I just graduated the nursing program this past week. I spent so much time going back and forth to the county clerks office in the town I was arrested in for records of my arrest where they told me they couldn't find any reports or files on it! I barely sent out the declaratory order January 31st and got a letter in the mail today about my application being sent to the Enforcement Dept for review. I think what I also messed up at was sending my application electronically in March or April separately from the declaratory order. What I'm mostly wondering is should I take into account the fact that I sent the declaratory order earlier this year and count 4 months towards the possibility that they've been reviewing it? That letter totally freaked me out seeing as how I got offered a job already that starts the orientation next month. I figure they'll never hold the position for me if I have to wait the full 6 months. Makes me want to cry since I doubt I'll get another position that good anytime soon. From what I've read on this thread, the majority of people had to wait the 6 months...which is discouraging to say the least. Anyone know if there is the slightest possibility that I'll still be able to work without that GN status (seeing as how that's held back with the review process)or a set NCLEX test date? ROSEHILL you give me crazy hope! lol
- 0Jun 2 by ayala3Hi guys! I'm new to this thread and I'm in the same boat. I have an MIP when I was 19 Im 25 now but I been waiting to hear back from them and nothing. From my understanding my charge is not not bad does anyone know if I would have to pay 150$. I dont see why it would have to go to enforcement. DOes anyone else have something similar or information about this procedure? ? I'm getting really stressed out about this.I only have one more week if not then I have to give up my spot
- 0Jun 16 by Ranman4lifeQuote from ayala3Hi guys! I'm new to this thread and I'm in the same boat. I have an MIP when I was 19 Im 25 now but I been waiting to hear back from them and nothing. From my understanding my charge is not not bad does anyone know if I would have to pay 150$. I dont see why it would have to go to enforcement. DOes anyone else have something similar or information about this procedure? ? I'm getting really stressed out about this.I only have one more week if not then I have to give up my spot
I wouldn't think your case would get sent to enforcement as long as you provide necessary document (court/classes attended/etc) stating that this has been cleared by the court. I have 2 MIC's and 1 MIP (With all necessary paperwork) on my record and my case got sent to Enforcement. I'm hoping to hear back from them soon. This may put me behind a semester if this isn't resolved before clinicals.
- 0Jun 27 by queenstlHow do you know if you get recommendations? I have not recieved any letter but my status application says I was submitted for permanent license. And what exactly does that mean? Are they giving me a license? I did not have to pay 150 and I was in enforcement for 2 months soil 28 to June 27. Started entire process in January 2014. Any input would be greatful, thanks
- 0Jun 29 by queenstlOkay do do you get submitted for permanent license while waiting to get your recommendations? Or if you get submitted for permanent license does it mean you don't have any recommendations? I haven't receive a letter in the mail but my status online says I was submitted for permanent license.
- 1Jun 30 by queenstlToday I Checked my status and everything disappeared so I entered my info again and still nothing. So I said let me verify license, and what do you know I got my permanent license! Finally I can go back to work. Still haven't received anything in the mail, but ooh well. It took 7 whole months to get a license, really! I applied for endorsement in January , got sent to enforcement in April and got license June 30. No fine, no discipline. My God is an awesome God!