Regardless of your degree outside the U.S., you still need to apply for the specific State or territory that you're interested for. If your goal is to work in a skilled nursing facility or hospital, that can be an additional highlight on your resume. Any advance degree is a great addition to your professional education. I live here in California. I know somebody who has MAN degree in the Philippines. She also used to teach there in the Philippines. She wanted to teach here also, however she was not allowed until she could have at least 1 year of U.S. hospital experience. The Board of Registered Nursing here in California converted her MAN degree into MSN. Any nursing school here requires a teacher applicant to submit MSN degree diploma to the BRN and proof that he/she must have at least 1 year of U.S. hospital experience before she could be hired by the school. So she started working in a hospital just for over a year, I believe. Then she got hired by the nursing school after that.
So yeah. That's just one thing for the MAN degree. I don't know for other States or territories. But as I've said, regardless of your degree whether BSN or master's degree, if you want to work here as a registered nurse, you have to apply for the RN license in your interested State or territory. Meaning, you still have to comply the basic requirements in order for you to be eligible. Each State or territory has a different method in their application process specifically for an internationally educated nurse (IEN) like you. Each of them also has their own website, so you can just google them. Good luck!