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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Im doing CES right now. Is it a good idea to start with Visa Screen as well? All at once? The forms for the school and authority are pretty much the same...Do I have to do all that again for the Visa Screen (school academic records, transcripts, translations etc.)? Cant CGFNS just take everything that I have already sent to them for the CES full course by course?

I would wait for vsc until you have passed NCLEX. CGFNS will use the same stuff they have already received for CES so you do not have to resend anything to them

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Thank you, Sir! Its good news! Thanks!

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HI,

I' m a Registered Nurse in the Philippines.I'm also a licensed nurse in Vermont.I am now processing my VSC.Does anyone know the fee for the Verification of Licensure in Vermont for the Visa Screen?

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Do I still need to have a CES even if I already passed the NCLEX in the State of Vermont?

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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You do not need CES for vsc but you will have to send in any required documentation like transcripts

This is under the FAQ under International applicants on Vermont

How do I obtain verification of my Vermont nursing license?

When you are applying to another state, country or for VisaScreen verification there will be a form that is usually provided that you need to send to us. This form should be providedfrom the state, country or from VisaScreen and will need to be sent to us along with a

$20.00 fee. If there is no form available see our website for a form. The fee should be

made payable to the Office of the Secretary of State and needs to be in US dollars and

drafted from a US bank.

http://www.vtprofessionals.org/opr1/nurses/international_forms/NU_International_Nurse_FAQ.pdf

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Hi Silverdragon,

Im a Registered Nurse in thye Philippines, I took and passed the NCLEX-RN in the State of Vermont.Do I still need to submit a CES report?Thanks and God bless.

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Hi Silverdragon,

Im a Registered Nurse in the Philippines, I took and passed the NCLEX-RN in the State of Vermont.Do I still need to submit a CES report?Thanks and God bless.:)

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Hi Silverdragon,

Im a Registered Nurse in the Philippines, I took and passed the NCLEX-RN in the State of Vermont.Do I still need to submit a CES report?Thanks and God bless.:)

For what? If it is in regards for your vsc then no you do not need to submit anything as CGFNS will see they already have the documents and reuse them

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Hi guys I'm a nurse from the Philippines. I applied for my NCLEX in New Jersey, which means I completed my CES then IELTS first before they let me sit on the exam. I took and passed my NCLEX just this April 2010, and up until now I haven't received any emails notifying me that I passed.I only knew it trough quick results. My IELTS will expire this September 18. I applied for VSC just today and now I'm really confused.

Here are my questions:

1. What is the appropriate visa that I should choose?where can i find the EB3 visa?

2. I already have my CES, does that mean I dont need to send the hard copies of my school records and Philippine license anymore?

3. How long does the VSC take?

thank you.

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Hi guys I'm a nurse from the Philippines. I applied for my NCLEX in New Jersey, which means I completed my CES then IELTS first before they let me sit on the exam. I took and passed my NCLEX just this April 2010, and up until now I haven't received any emails notifying me that I passed.I only knew it trough quick results. My IELTS will expire this September 18. I applied for VSC just today and now I'm really confused.

Here are my questions:

1. What is the appropriate visa that I should choose?where can i find the EB3 visa?

2. I already have my CES, does that mean I dont need to send the hard copies of my school records and Philippine license anymore?

3. How long does the VSC take?

thank you.

VSC takes approx 4 months to be issued and because you have CES the same documents can be used for VSC

EB3 visa like work visa requires a employer and EB3 is currently affected by retrogression so expect currently several years wait once you have a employer and approval is given.

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thank you for the reply. does that mean i cant apply for eb3 by myself?only H1B? my IELTS is going to expire this september...If I can file it this month is there a chance that they'll reject it if it will take 4 months to process?how would they know that I already have CES?thank you.

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