If you need any addresses, post on here.
I know you have limited access to the www,and that it is hard to earn much in China.Good luck in your quest.
I don't know who in the USA is telling you that Australia requires nurses to have a BSN, or that a visa costs $3000.
I expect it is one of those mecenary US placement agencies which aims to make a lot of money from you.
I am going to show you that it is just NOT TRUE.
But first, why don't you follow joannepp's advice and have a look at the Australian nurses site at http://www.anci.org.au.
Here in the UK there are many ads for overseas positions in our nursing magazines,and lots of specialist recruiters.
When you see a job advertised in Australia it never asks for ANY degree. It asks for RNs! As in the UK,lots of nurses do not have degrees because it is only in recent years that universities became responsible for nurse education. Before that there were no nursing degrees.These days, the degree you receive depends on your university.Even today, as an example, more than 50% of UK student nurses graduate with a Diploma in Higher Education/Nursing rather than a degree,but they are automatically registered in the UK,(on payment of the fee!),and welcome in Australia, and the US.
Each state in Australia has its own nurses register,and of course you must be on it to practise there.All states seem to be very recruit friendly.If you want to work there as an RN on arrival you need to register 3 months in advance.You can do it yourself,but why bother when there are so many employment agencies will do it for you FREE. Some UK nurses even work there for a few weeks while on vacation. Even that is encouraged.
The Aussie boards are interested in proof of your professional competency to meet their requirements. You need a 100% pass in their pharmacology and skills assessment. Any US nurse should meet that with ease.Of course,you will have to be on your home register and have refs etc.,proof of training,experience etc.
Here are some Agencies which advertise in the UK.THEY pay recruitment expenses,not you!They are all from Nursing Times dated 22 October.(http:www.nursingtimes.net
(on this one type 'Australia'in the search box and you will see actual available vacancies listed,with full information on location etc)
Just for info.
Cedars Medical Center in Miami is here in the UK ,trying to recruit. New grads.are welcome.they are offering a $5000 sign-on bonus for a two year contract,paid relocation,onsite childcare,free C/Ed,free parking,excellent preceptorship programmes etc etc etc.
info at http://www.hcahealthcare.com