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I have really been looking it up and really thinking i know that i will have to maybe move and i am ready for that well but what fun is some nureins home here will let u work with aelony that funny huh the web-site has reall inspired me and your comment can u tall me more about were u from and havu heard of other state that do
I just know these nurses personally. The one that has been to prison she is a personal friend of the family. She was denied her license initially, but she asked the board of nursing what could she do to get her license, and they asked for 8 letters of recommendations from teachers, pastors, friends, etc. The reason why they did this to her is because she had been in prison more than once. Also, my aunt when has a criminal background(2 counts of felony and a misdemeanor) and she works, she recently got her license as of may 2009, and everything went fine. After she passed the NCLEX-RN, she had to go downtown and have a meeting with the BON people in here in CHicago. They asked her about her background and after she told them that she had assaulted two police officers and got the felonies, they said ok, we know that people are not perfect and that police can be crooked. THey told her to expect her license soon and they sent her on her way. After she got her license which took less than a month, she had three job offers in less than two weeks, here in long term care, but here in chicago, LTC starts off more than the hospitals. Also, a friend of hers in the nursing program had SIX felony convictions for assault, bsttery, bugulary and the list goes on and she was granted her license and she now works. I wish you the best in your endeavor, but OHio seems like a strict state. I think illinois is pretty easy going for the most part.