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by viper527 viper527 (New Member) New Member

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what do you think is the best thing to do? I applied for my eligibility in new mexico but the problem is they still need to look for my petitioner/employer to process my papers. I dont know when will i have my eligibility. I want to work in the hospital but I'm afraid i can't focus and study for my NCLEX, i also want to attend the training offered by LSTI for EMS! By the way I just graduated 2005 and have 4 months experiences in the hospital. What should I do...thanks!

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Silverdragon102 has 31 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Not sure why they want to know about petitioner as you can leave that until after you pass the NCLEX infact will probably be easier finding someone once you have passed it. Best bet is to register with BON at the state you want to work in (few exceptions) and concentrate on the NCLEX

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RNHawaii34 specializes in MedSurg.-Tele, Home health, LTC.

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what do you think is the best thing to do? i applied for my eligibility in new mexico but the problem is they still need to look for my petitioner/employer to process my papers. i dont know when will i have my eligibility. i want to work in the hospital but i'm afraid i can't focus and study for my nclex, i also want to attend the training offered by lsti for ems! by the way i just graduated 2005 and have 4 months experiences in the hospital. what should i do...thanks!

who is asking you for your petitioner and employer? new mexico bon? i never heard of such thing....is that their new licensure requirement now? also, what do you really want to do? work in the hospital? you know its really up to you, if you want to work? thats fine, because you don't really know if when you will get your att, plus, even if you have passed your nclexrn, there is still a retrogression that is going on...so i guess, just focus on whats available to you.either way, goodluck to you!

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