I believe San Francisco offers the classes but there are hundreds of foreign grads with the same situation that we all are facing. It's awful. Would you risk waiting year after year till there is an opening? Schools can only take in 3-5 foreign graduates because schools can only train a small amount of students. The school will basically pick 3 or 4 foreign grads out of a hundred waiting for an opening.
There's also the ADN route that's 2 years. It will cost a lot though. But after getting the degree you won't have a problem with applying for the nclex.
Another suggestion that I highly recommend is applying at other states. Just not california, vermont, georgia, washington, illinois, oklahoma, louisiana, arizona, north dakota, west virginia, and recently nevada has been requiring applicants to take a physical assessment course and medical surgical level 2. As for now it's safe to apply in the states Michigan, Montana, Wisconsin, New york, Ohio, Minnesota.
So your choices are risking years of waiting for slots in school to open up, or take only months to apply at other states.
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Do you know any school that gives nursing program for my case?