Je suis désolé pour mon mauvais français. On s'habitue aux États-Unis? Il peut parfois être un pays très compliqué. Je pense que vous devriez prendre, entrer en contact avec l'ambassade ou le consulat français. Ils vous aideront à cet égard.
Since it is an English site I'll include the translation ^^. But I wanted to give her some feeling of home.
I'm sorry about my crappy French. Are you getting used to the United States? It can be quite a complicated country. I think you should contact the French embassy or consulate. They can probably give you some more information about this.
@ mindlor; I'm pretty sure you'd be very welcome to work in France, you would be in Belgium for sure. You'd most likely struggle with the language for quite a bit. The luck we have in Europe is that we generally have great shortages of qualified nurses. And I'm pretty sure if the US citizen is more qualified than Audrey they have nothing to fear.
For years we had agencies whose only purpose was to attract nurses from the Netherlands (where I originally did my education) and get them to work in nearly any specialty of choice in the USA as an RN or BSN.
We were offered a house, job, car, job for my partner, expenses paid for moving and for getting registered in the USA. Apparently they thought we were very qualified
Therefore I'm shocked that only 7 years after my graduation the job market in the USA has trimmed down so much and I'm very glad I didn't decide to take the plunge back then.
So if you ever have a desire to live/work in Belgium mindlor chat me up we'll get you started ^^