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Moving from England studying in the US and moving back to England

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My boyfriend/father of my son's company is moving to Chicago and obviously ths means that we need to marry so I can be with him and be able to work in the US ... I really want to go into nursing and have been applying to do a degree in midwifery in this country for september 2012, this now might not be possible, taking my career into account amongst my decision I was wondering if I study for nursing in America and then decide that its not for me and want to move back will I be able to go into nursing in England straight away or will I have to re-train.... what would I have to do if i decided to move back? Im only 20 so I haven't really established anything in the way of qualifications or skill base to get a job over in america so studying would be all I had.

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Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

My boyfriend/father of my son's company is moving to Chicago and obviously ths means that we need to marry so I can be with him and be able to work in the US ... I really want to go into nursing and have been applying to do a degree in midwifery in this country for september 2012, this now might not be possible, taking my career into account amongst my decision I was wondering if I study for nursing in America and then decide that its not for me and want to move back will I be able to go into nursing in England straight away or will I have to re-train.... what would I have to do if i decided to move back? Im only 20 so I haven't really established anything in the way of qualifications or skill base to get a job over in america so studying would be all I had.

Depends on the training you do but at the moment the NMC will not recognise or accept ADN therefore minimum at the moment to meet NMC is BSN. Who knows what a few years will bring but you will have to meet requirements for International trained nurse which can be found on the NMC website