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NCLEX-RN California Passer

I received a letter from the BRN California informing me that I passed the NCLEX-RN.

:yeah: What concerns me in the said letter is a statement saying that my file will be destroyed if I cannot submit a Social Security Number within three years. Does signing up to an employer in California save my file?

I hope somebody out there can shed light on this matter. Thanks in advance.

Silverdragon102, BSN

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

I received a letter from the BRN California informing me that I passed the NCLEX-RN.

:yeah: What concerns me in the said letter is a statement saying that my file will be destroyed if I cannot submit a Social Security Number within three years. Does signing up to an employer in California save my file?

I hope somebody out there can shed light on this matter. Thanks in advance.

Please take the time to read this forum or use the search facility with keyword California as this question has been asked and answered several times

CA BRN has nothing to do with if you get an employer or not, their policy remains in place. If you do not give them a SSN# within the three years, then your file does not remain there.

Please take the time to do some reading here, there is much on this same topic.

We also ask that you use only one thread and not start others on very similar topics, it makes it hard for others to keep up.

Will close this one since you started the other. And we do recommend that you do some reading first here, there is already much on this very same subject and what to do next. No reason for us to rewrite here.

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