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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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I signed with OGP in early october 2002. took the n-clex the first week of june 2003 in savannah, got the phase 3 packet in january 2004, interviewed in london at the embassy in june 2004 and left the uk on july 1st 2004.

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arys1075 has 20 years experience and specializes in O.R..

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I phoned the NVC, they replied that our case was closed yesterday. I've waited after my atty. has submitted my DS230 last 24th July. I don't know if I will be affected by the "retrogression". Some are saying, those case closed files submitted to London will get interview schedules by next year. Hope this is not true. Is there anybody here with the same boat?

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Interviews in the UK are usually less than four weeks, not next year.

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ann h specializes in cardiac cath lab.

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I phoned the NVC, they replied that our case was closed yesterday. I've waited after my atty. has submitted my DS230 last 24th July. I don't know if I will be affected by the "retrogression". Some are saying, those case closed files submitted to London will get interview schedules by next year. Hope this is not true. Is there anybody here with the same boat?

They received DS230 July 24

My case was completed Aug 16.

They said on the message we would hear within 8 weeks.

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Some are saying, those case closed files submitted to London will get interview schedules by next year.

Who are the 'some' you are referring to?

Is it anyone with fact about what's happening or is it rumour?

Scaremongering isn't good for my mental health at present.

Cheers

OG

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madwife2002 has 26 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in RN, BSN, CHDN.

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Who are the 'some' you are referring to?

Is it anyone with fact about what's happening or is it rumour?

Scaremongering isn't good for my mental health at present.

Cheers

OG

Sorry OG but what mental health:lol2: dont you mean Belinda's

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arys1075 has 20 years experience and specializes in O.R..

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Who are the 'some' you are referring to?

Is it anyone with fact about what's happening or is it rumour?

Scaremongering isn't good for my mental health at present.

Cheers

OG

I refer to my friends and from this forum if you have read it. I even have no time for scaremongering. Just be patient and wait, we might have different situation. :trout:

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english_nurse specializes in renal,peritoneal dialysis, medicine.

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I refer to my friends and from this forum if you have read it. I even have no time for scaremongering. Just be patient and wait, we might have different situation. :trout:

what scare mongering???? this is just information which is being passed on, no one forces anyone to read this forum or act on its advice or information, which is kindly given by people going through or have experianced the process, its up to the individual to make up their own mind!

many on here have recieved letters from their immigration lawyers or agencies saying that the retrogression may be a real threat to all international nurses trying to go to the usa.

In my agency there are two letters which have been distributed, the one i got said that i would probably not be affected as my immigration is far enough advanced not to get caught up in possible retrogression, the other letter which has been recieved by people who are still having the ds230 processed says they may not get their cases completed in time to avoid a possible delay.

there is a possible chance that this may come to nothing, but i think its a good idea to be forwarned of such things as many of us have house sales etc to deal with.

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madwife2002 has 26 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in RN, BSN, CHDN.

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English_nurse it was OG who was posting re scaremongery, just thought you should know as arys1075 was quoting him

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english_nurse specializes in renal,peritoneal dialysis, medicine.

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English_nurse it was OG who was posting re scaremongery, just thought you should know as arys1075 was quoting him

ive quoted the wrong bit by accident excuse me while i hit myself with birch twigs...........

right

what i was trying to say is

its not really scaremongering by people, its what we have been told by the agency

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arys1075 has 20 years experience and specializes in O.R..

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English_nurse it was OG who was posting re scaremongery, just thought you should know as arys1075 was quoting him

Thanks a lot for follow-up madwife, I don't want any trouble in this forum, instead I want a help because Im curious about processing time. Like others I feel bored of waiting so long but I don't get mad and everything is under control. In all our ways, we are professionals!!!

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english_nurse specializes in renal,peritoneal dialysis, medicine.

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what trouble???

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