Getting licenced in BC - page 2

Hi All I am a Permanent Resident presently in PEI. I got my NNAS report saying somewhat comparable,but didn't include BC in my application. I am considering moving to BC,what are the steps i need... Read More

  1. by   Voni4real
    Hi ZaRn
    I had a degree in Nursing from Nigeria.
    I did submitted my transcript and course description from my School of Nursing, Midwifery and university.
  2. by   Voni4real
    Hi ZaRn.

    I submitted my transcript and course description from my School of nursing, midwifery and university.
    I got the form for my employer to fill out also

    The entire process took 1 year.
  3. by   ZaRn
    Hello Voni4real
    Thanks for your prompt response. I was considering removing my Midwifery program from the assessment. I sent a mail to Nnas to waive the information I filled for it
    I am applying for rn and lpn. Please did you submit 2 separate sets of forms for the rn and lpn applications? The forms are similar with the application number being the difference,hence my confusion.
  4. by   Voni4real
    Same form dear.
    Same document will cover for the both. .

    I will advise you add your midwifery.
    Where are you at?
  5. by   ZaRn
    In Nigeria. Thanks a lot. I will go ahead to try and cancel the waiver. I will also leave off sending the second set of forms.
    Last edit by ZaRn on Aug 14, '17
  6. by   anu.kurien
    Hi... Have made a WhatsApp group... V r realatively new members who are applying for NNAS... but i think can be of help to each other
    Last edit by dianah on Sep 9, '17 : Reason: Terms of Service
  7. by   RN_Pro
    Yes keep midwifery
  8. by   Chibaby
    My dear voni4real please,put me tru how to go about being a Canadian RN while still waiting for my immigrantion process to click
  9. by   Chibaby
    Hi voni I indicated expression of interest in PEI in February,they replied that they will reply whenever there is need me.should I be hopeful or how else should I go about the whole immigration stuff. Any opinion from anyone will be highly appreciated
  10. by   RN_Pro
    Quote from Chibaby
    My dear voni4real please,put me tru how to go about being a Canadian RN while still waiting for my immigrantion process to click
    You cannot become a RN in Canada unless you are a citizen or permanent resident.
  11. by   YeXinZhi
    Quote from RN_Pro
    You cannot become a RN in Canada unless you are a citizen or permanent resident.
    I beg to disagree. I have never set foot in Canada yet I obtained my RN license in 2014.
  12. by   RN_Pro
    Quote from vyecheverria
    I beg to disagree. I have never set foot in Canada yet I obtained my RN license in 2014.
    But are you a citizen or permanent resident who has not arrived yet?
    Where did you receive your nursing education?
    I find this hard to believe but in any case, things have changed drastically since 2014, since the NNAS process was implemented.
  13. by   YeXinZhi
    Quote from RN_Pro
    But are you a citizen or permanent resident who has not arrived yet?
    Where did you receive your nursing education?
    I find this hard to believe but in any case, things have changed drastically since 2014, since the NNAS process was implemented.
    I'm not a citizen or a PR. Ive never held any type of Canadian visa. I studied in the Philippines.

    If you go to the CRNBC and NNAS websites, there is nothing there that states Canadian citizenship or PR status as a requirement for registration.

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