Need to take TEAS V but I'm not a citizenRegister Today!
- by kentot Feb 9, '12First of, hello to everyone.
I'm new to this forum and been pointed here by a friend of mine, who is a nurse.
Today, I applied for a ASN program in my community college.
Like every program, they require their applicants to take the TEAS V test.
Upon taking the exam, each student is to provide a GOVERMENT I.D, which could be a driver's license or a passport.
Here is my problem...I am not a citizen.
I have neither one of those.
I'm really flustered right now because I don't know how to remedy this.
Any idea on how I can deal with this? Thanks in advance
- Feb 9, '12 by dudette10Your friend should have pointed you to the administration of the school.
Just check to see if what government ID would be accepted if you aren't a citizen. Green card? Student visa? Work visa? State ID? Passport of your home country?
I'm sure you're not the only non-citizen that has ever taken a test requiring identification at that school.
- Feb 15, '12 by KatMaarofHi there!!
I dont think you need to be a citizen to take your TEAS. If you have your green card already you should be able to use that as a form of identification. Or you can go to your local DMV and get a state ID. Which ID did you use to apply to your community college?
P/S: Question, where are you from if i may ask. Your username made me chuckle cos of what it means in my language (Malay)