NNAS advice needed!

  1. Hi everyone,

    Please, I need your suggestions. So here's my situation. I am about to complete my second semester of nursing school, I have 3 more semesters to graduate. I school in the US (international student). I recently got my Canadian PR and I plan to move to Canada after I graduate. I have been reading on how to get a license in Canada and the whole NNAS process is scaring me. So I don't know if I should just quit school in the US and start over in Canada(Canadian schools won't allow me to do a transfer of nursing credits) or complete my current program and face the stressful NNAS process in Canada. Has anyone been in the same situation? What are your thoughts? Also, do I need work experience before I can get licensed in Canada?
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  3. by   Silverdragon102
    You do not need work experience to meet requirements. Only you can decide whether to start over or just buckle up finish school and start the NNAS process
  4. by   beediamondz
    Thanks for your response. Good to know I don't need work experience.
  5. by   RN_Pro
    Which school are you studying at in the US?