Hello everyone. I know that there is a limited amount that I can do considering the global pandemic, but I am just trying to get whatever I can get done with my process of finding a job and registering with the NMC. My background: I am a qualified RN in the US, I graduated in 2019 and spent 4 months as a new grad in a general ICU. I was doing great! But, I am not working right now because I was in Manchester for the last few months getting married etc, then global pandemic happened and now our plans were interrupted as I was originally only going to be in the US for a few weeks or a month while I applied for a visa via my husband. Anyway, now I am applying for jobs in Manchester, it'd be nice to secure a job so that when I do arrive in the UK (hopefully in the Summer sometime??) it's just one less thing to do. I have been applying to several trusts, but I was just wondering: How long it usually takes trusts to get back to you whether you get an interview or not? Will they usually let you know if you will not get an interview? With my limited experience, do I have a shot at even getting a job?? I'd love to be in an ICU again as critical care is really my passion, but do trusts hire new-ish grads in the ICU in the UK? On the online NHS applications, it asks if you are registered with NMC, if I am putting "no" is that automatically putting me at a disadvantage? Thanks in advance, I'd love to hear if anyone has any words of wisdom for me!