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    Hey,
    I'am from Toronto, lived 6 yrs over there. keep in touch.
    bye...

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    Hi,
    I am also in the same boat. planning to relocate to nashville from houston. I am a new grad with 7 months exp. I am also a canadian working here. how are you going about your job search. any input would help.
    thanks.

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    :spin: Hi all and suzanne4,
    my question was , to work on cpt (20 hrs or below) while in school full time,do we need to prove that we are unable to get by financially ? I am on F1 doing my RN program. my adviser told me that to work part time as student tech/cna after my 1st semester , I need to show proof of all this paperwork and get approved to work out of campus. for those of you who are working p/t did you have to go thru all this approval process? how does it work?
    thnx for the input.

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    Hi,
    don't you have to do a pharmacology math test with 90+ to qualify for applying?
    thnx

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    [quote=brooke0428]Have any of you considered applying to Houston Community College's RN program? You don't have to take the Hesi test... you just need your pre-reqs, pass pharmacology with a 75+ and your pretty much in.


    Hi,
    I thought it was 90 + in pharmacology to get in, or has it changed?
    thnx

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    Hi everyone and suzanne4,
    I am new here, and this, let me say is a great site. I am an F1 student and will be graduating from a US school (RN). I am a canadian citizen, born in India. so when filing for GC which country will be taken into consideration? will I fall into the retrogression (for India etc...) or will I be a canadian filing for US greencard.
    Also suzanne, can you suggest me (or any who happens to know) any hospitals in Texas or elsewhere who file for GC for non- residents but have studied here. really appreciate your help and input.
    Thnx.:spin:



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