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Hi,

Does anyone here knows the step by step procedure to file for VERMONT-BON? I downloaded the application, it's only 4 pages. Is that really it? Will they not they require transcript from your nursing school especially for foreign grad?

How about the time frame for processing? Is it possible to get your license without SSN?

Has anyone undergone through endorsement from vermont to other state? is it easy?

thanks in advance!

Hi,

Does anyone here knows the step by step procedure to file for VERMONT-BON? I downloaded the application, it's only 4 pages. Is that really it? Will they not they require transcript from your nursing school especially for foreign grad?

How about the time frame for processing? Is it possible to get your license without SSN?

Has anyone undergone through endorsement from vermont to other state? is it easy?

thanks in advance!

Hi,

It comes in 5 pages. 1st page is full of instructions. 5th page is for the nursing school to fill in and they have to attach a transcript copy.

augigi, CNS

Specializes in Critical Care, Cardiothoracics, VADs. Has 10 years experience.

You should check the international forum for all these answers and more information.

Yes, you can get a license without SSN. Time frame is generally ~2 months, although this varies a lot. You must send in verification of your nursing education (from school) and nursing license (from registration body in home country).

The process to endorse to another state depends on the state you are endorsing to. From the VT end it is easy as they use electronic confirmation of your license.

i submitted my application just yesterday (Nov. 13, 2006)). i hope i can get my eligibility in 3 to 4 months as they have mentioned on their website. i just do have one problem, i hope they can process my application eventhough my license here in the Philippines is not released yet. i am not also sure if the license still matters to them(vermont BON).

augigi, CNS

Specializes in Critical Care, Cardiothoracics, VADs. Has 10 years experience.

You don't have to have a foreign license for Vermont, but if you answered that you do have one, then they need it to evaluate.

How about the question about the practice of nursing for 120 days/960 hours or 50 days/400 hours. Does it need to be filled out?

Thread moved to International Forum as it pertains to foreign nurses. Most nurses not involved in International would not be able to answer your questions.

Again, anything specific to working in the US and its applications, etc., should be placed here, not state specific forums.

batasMTR_RN

Specializes in Critical Care Nursing.

How about the question about the practice of nursing for 120 days/960 hours or 50 days/400 hours. Does it need to be filled out?

choose 120 days... i did that also... and i included the RLE summary which you can get from your school....

hi guys does vermont require a finger print card how can i request for that im from the philippines. Please reply ASAP. and how about the working days of 200hours ect. for 5 years will it need to be filled out and will it be okay if i will just fillup the form in hand writing?

Regards,

Danniel

hi does anyone here knows how to apply for the BON of vermont?

is there a need for a finger print card and how can i request for that please guide me im from the philippines...?

and how about the prcatice of nursing etc will it need to be fill up?

and how about the child support what does that means I'm single and Im very confuse regarding that part will i need to fill that one?

and will it be okay if i just fill up the form in hand writing?

Hoping for a immediate response thak you

regards,

danniel

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 32 years experience.

hi does anyone here knows how to apply for the BON of vermont?

is there a need for a finger print card and how can i request for that please guide me im from the philippines...?

and how about the prcatice of nursing etc will it need to be fill up?

and how about the child support what does that means I'm single and Im very confuse regarding that part will i need to fill that one?

and will it be okay if i just fill up the form in hand writing?

Hoping for a immediate response thak you

regards,

danniel

:welcome:

I can not see anything to indicate you need fingerprint doing for Vermont. For child support you answer no. If you have not worked as a RN then you can leave it blank as a lot of new grads apply for license. Also ok to be done by hand

Vermont application for foreign nurses

hi all.. do i need to attach a copy of my PRC license?? what if my license is not released yet?? anyone please??

hello guys..i have a follow up question regarding the 4th page of vermont application. "No" should be answered in the 1st question beacuse i am single but it says there that if you answered no proceed to question number 3 which states, "i am in good standing to or in full compliance with a plan to pay any and all unemployment contributions due to the State of Vermont."

If i answer "yes" it says there for me to complete the renewal, if "no", i must contact the office.

since i am still single, should i answer that or just leave it blank?

pls anybody?? thanks in advance.. God bless

hi, im new here and i've notice that you got vast knowledge when it comes to nclex. i got questions too regarding my application in nclex. I choose vermont as my BON for my licensure and i filled my aplication as of April 10, 2008. As of the moment im waiting for my eligibility, can I register to pearson vue even though im not eligible yet? and how will i know that im already eligible? will Vermont send a letter(snailmail)/email to me saying that i can now register to pearson vue?

lastly, is it true that there are no more available slots for the whole year 2008 for scheduling for nclex? how true is it? and waht can u say about merge review center, im tking my review there!

thanks!!! waiting for your kind response thanks again.

benjos_12

hi, im new here and i've notice that you got vast knowledge when it comes to nclex. i got questions too regarding my application in nclex. I choose vermont as my BON for my licensure and i filled my aplication as of April 10, 2008. As of the moment im waiting for my eligibility, can I register to pearson vue even though im not eligible yet? and how will i know that im already eligible? will Vermont send a letter(snailmail)/email to me saying that i can now register to pearson vue?

lastly, is it true that there are no more available slots for the whole year 2008 for scheduling for nclex? how true is it? and waht can u say about merge review center, im tking my review there!

thanks!!! waiting for your kind response thanks again.

benjos_12

You have not submitted anything for the NCLEX exam as there is no applicaiton for that, you are applying for licensure to the BON that you have selected. You applied thru VT for licensure and the average wait time to get approval is about four months now, so you have another two months or so to wait. It is never recommended to register with Pearson-Vue as a foreign trained nurse until you have received approval of your credentials by the BON.

VT will notify you when you have been granted permission to be able to write the exam.

That is just a rumor that there are no more slots for this year. And only a rumor at best. Most ATTs are only valid for a three month window, so impossible that all slots are taken for the next 6 months or so, plus there are always cancellations opening up in the Makati testing center.

Cannot say a thing about that review center since I have never heard of them before, but if you have already signed with them, this is not the time to be asking. I personally do not like one of them that operate out of there, most of the instructors have no experience working as an RN in either your country or the US. Would find out what their actual pass rate is for the exams that they are helping with.

thanks for the prompt reply susanne, i really appreciate it. yes you are right its not time to ask such question ryt now considering i already pay for the whole amount of the review. can u give me some tips regarding what text books are best for review, i have a kaplan book here and saunders.

Please check out the NCLEX Forum that can be found under the student tab. That is where we request that any questions pertaining to preparing for the exam be posted.

You will find many threads there that will be helpful to you.

the makati testing center is always open i have check it always since my sister will be taking a nclex a lot of slots available till december.

hi, im new here and i've notice that you got vast knowledge when it comes to nclex. i got questions too regarding my application in nclex. I choose vermont as my BON for my licensure and i filled my aplication as of April 10, 2008. As of the moment im waiting for my eligibility, can I register to pearson vue even though im not eligible yet? and how will i know that im already eligible? will Vermont send a letter(snailmail)/email to me saying that i can now register to pearson vue?

lastly, is it true that there are no more available slots for the whole year 2008 for scheduling for nclex? how true is it? and waht can u say about merge review center, im tking my review there!

thanks!!! waiting for your kind response thanks again.

benjos_12

my med surg instructor at merge was an RN MD not MD RN..get the flow? has worked in the US as a reg nurse...7 days all med surg topics got me realy confident that i passd the nclex first time...dont worry about available slots...i scheduled 6 days before the exam. good luck! :yeah::yeah::yeah:

my med surg instructor at merge was an RN MD not MD RN..get the flow? has worked in the US as a reg nurse...7 days all med surg topics got me realy confident that i passd the nclex first time...dont worry about available slots...i scheduled 6 days before the exam. good luck! :yeah::yeah::yeah:

Sorry, but there is more to the exam than med-surg topics and since the second courser programs just started a few years ago and they are already back in your country not working in the US, that leaves things wide open for speculation. And unfortunately, have seen quite a few MD-RNs, as well as RN -MDs that have not been successful in this country and ultimately returned home.

Whether RN-MD or the other way around, why were they not practicing in the field that they trained in but were in a review center? That says alot right there to me, and I am sure most others here as well.

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