Quote from rajotolentino
I just want to correct this one. If my memory serves me right, an RN who is licensed from another state could apply for endorsement in California and is qualified to apply for an interim permit as long as he obtains all the requirements needed. If this is incorrect, pls send me a link which says it otherwise
Wrong, your memory is not serving you correctly. Once you have passed the NCLEX exam for any state, you do not qualify for the interim permit. That is only available if you have not taken the NCLEX exam. You would be applying for a permanent license, and may receive the temporary work permit while they are waiting for a final document.
And you must also have a visa that will permit you to work, having only a license does not give you that right. And to get a visa that permits you to work, requires that you have passed either the NCLEX-RN exam or the CGFNS exam, and the English exams in order to get a Visa Screen Certificate for immigration. So unless, you have written the CGFNS exam, you would not be able to work in the US on an interim permit.
You are looking for loopholes to make things easy for you and they do not exist. If you do not follow the rules that are in place, it will turn and bite you on the backside.
I do not need to provide you with a link, you need to read and understand what is posted on the CA website. It is there in black and white.