No SSN, ITIN application as alternative

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Since I don't have a SSN and I registered for the CA BRN,

having passed the NCLEX- RN exam, how can I get my licnese?

can I apply for my ITIN to get my license?

some people told me, I can apply on Jan 2010

but can I open a bank account then apply for my ITIN?

Thank you so much!

Since I don't have a SSN and I registered for the CA BRN,

having passed the NCLEX- RN exam, how can I get my licnese?

can I apply for my ITIN to get my license?

some people told me, I can apply on Jan 2010

but can I open a bank account then apply for my ITIN?

Thank you so much!

The questions you seem to be asking--how to apply to various countries, ITIN vs. SSN--have been answered many, many times in this forum. You need to take the initiative to search the forums for the information you are looking for. Otherwise the forums will become clogged with people asking the same questions over and over and over.....

Silverdragon102, BSN

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Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

ITIN should only be issued to people that need a Number but can not have a SSN. ITIN isn't usually give just so you can get your license issued. That is abusing it.

As mentioned a good search of the forum will give you much information

Itzallgood

145 Posts

Bank account has nothing to do with a ITIN number.

Contact the Cali BON and ask them about ITIN instead of a SSN number.

The Cali BON will make the decision.

EstudentNurz

5 Posts

Good day Silverdragon102!! i was doing some research about itin and ssn and i came across your posts, i found this itin card with my name and signature in it, i think this was issued to me years ago when my dad was still an immigrant in the US,i was left here in our country and im still here, i was just wondering why i was issued this itin card and is this still valid?? thanks in advance if you have time to answer my questions.

Silverdragon102, BSN

1 Article; 39,477 Posts

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

To be honest I am not sure although I do believe the ITIN issued to you is for life I can't say for certain. If you are thinking about using it with CA then I believe they will not accept ITIN number but this I suggest is something you ask the BON/BRN directly

EstudentNurz

5 Posts

Thank you Silverdragon102!! actually i'm just wondering why I have an ITIN, I think I signed the card when I was 12 years old and i'm already 26 now,I was just wondering why I have one when I was not even petitioned by my dad... thank you for your reply!!:w00t:

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