i am a native korean with a u.s. rn license and a new u.s. citizenship. i worked as a nurse in the u.s. for one year about 4 years ago and i plan on going back very soon. so...
1. does anyone know if there are any regulations i need to take care of before i can begin working? i don't want any surprises.
2. are there any places that my korean language skills can be beneficial as a nurse? right now i'm looking at orange county california, so any advice about that area would be appreciated.
thanks in advance.
Jan 3, '07
As long as you are a US citizen, no problems. You will have a SSN# and that is all that you need.
As far as areas, any that have a larger Korean population would be very happy to have your skills.
Best of luck to you.:spin:
Jan 7, '07
Hi Hyun SunWu
My understanding is that there is one Korean hospital in Orange county.
I hear that this is pretty big.
But I really do not know the name.I am sorry.
I hope you can find good hospital.:spin: