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Signorina has 4 years experience as a RN.

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Signorina has 4 years experience as a RN.

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Sorry that your expectation was cut short. You can also take the LPN to RN bridging course. Alberta have higher wage for LPN. LPN with experience earn almost as much as RN in other provinces. There are many jobs in Northern Albera too. I wish you all the best.

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Signorina has 4 years experience as a RN.

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Where are you Mercykay.

I would like to know where everyone lives. I live in British Columbia, RN.

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Voni4real has 20 years experience as a LPN, RN and specializes in General Nursing.Emergency Nursing,Mental health.

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Hello Signorina.

Where are you in B. C please?

I am looking forward to moving to B. C from PEI before summer ends with my family.

I hope to get a job as a resident care giver or something to keep me going while in the process of getting my license to practice .

Please can you advise me on where i can quickly find my feet and settle easily?

Though, I'm looking at Vancouver or its surrounding communities.

Thank you

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Please its like you have been successful in your application. Am an RN in Nigeria. .can you kindly brief me on how to go about the process..am totally a novice lookin for solid information

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Please how did you successfully progress to alberta??..can u give me an insight

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Hi,

You have to apply to nnas then choose which province you want to registered with, then summitt all your requirement, did you trained in U K as a nurse? I applied to nnas already summit all the requirement waiting fot their decision soon.

Hello mercy can u drop me your email? Will be glad to contact you..am really having so many challenges in applying to NNAS.. whoeva has guidelines should please help a sister 😭😭😭😭

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How did you do it? I am interested too.

Nne please progress on yours? Have you found a means to go about your application? Please notify me.i need help..am from abia state

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I will like know how to become a registered nurse in Canada

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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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I will like know how to become a registered nurse in Canada

There are several threads discussing this further. Suggest checking out the college of RN for province you want to live and work in plus NNAS

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I have read that Canada opened its doors to the international trained nurses, there are definitive steps and procedures that nurses should follow to enable them to immigrate to live and work in Canada. I'm just cusious whether this applies to those who graduated from Nigerian Universities?

Thanks for any info!

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Hello Mercykay,

I hope this meets you well. I attended a school of Nursing and acquired the RN certificate here in Nigeria, I'm in the process of registering with the NNAS but I'm not sure what my RN Cert equites to over there. I'm sure you have successfully completed the process and might be practing now. Please kindly assist in outing me through if you do not mind. I will make my email available upon request.

Thank you.

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