taking PN by june?!

  1. [FONT=Fixedsys]Hi there!

    [FONT=Fixedsys]i just joined in after i asked soo many questions about taking up PN course here in the Philippines. Im curently working for my parents and i was planing to take up a course that can save my ass so i considered PN but after i saw alot brain storming here regarding LPN's going aboard it made me wonder if i would proceed.

    attached are currently offering PN courses:
    (that i know off)

    1. College of Technological Science (CHED accredited)
    2. Kennedy Review Center, Inc. (TESDA acc.)
    3. Northwestern Mindanao Christian Colleges (TESDA acc.)

    [FONT=Fixedsys]well im not getting any younger so im doing my homework before barging into something that eventually i would regret afterwards.
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  3. by   lawrence01
    Welcome to allnurses.com. Moved your thread to the Philippine forum.

    There are already countless threads about PNs not being qualified for petitioning and Suzanne4 just made a new thread about it and posted it here in the Philippine forum.

    I have also indexed quite a few threads from before w/c discusses the issue and it can be found in the Pls. Read, All Pinoy RNs Sticky found above the PH forum. Please try and go back to them and read the discussions.
  4. by   suzanne4
    I created a new thread here on this forum about 12 hours ago, specifically about these programs that are being offered in your country, but that you will not be able to get any type of legal visa for the US. There just are not any visas where you can come legally to the US and work with this training, no matter what anyone tells you. And you will be set up to be deported back to your country for minimum of ten years.