Hi, all. :)I've made a couple of posts in the past regarding my desire to return home to the US. I'm a California native but have been living in the UK for years and did my nursing degree here. Currently I'm working on an acute surgery and trauma unit, and loving it.Still, I'd like to go back to the States at some point in the next few years. I'm fully aware of how tough a nut California is to crack in terms of concurrency, so I accept that I might not ever be able to live and work in back in my SoCal hometown. I do plan on applying to the CA BON and making an attempt at getting on a waiting list somewhere to make up the credits I will need, but I'm also looking at other states that would suit me - namely Washington and Colorado.I've had a peek at Washington's requirements for foreign trained RNs. Their guidance seems to offer a bit of wiggle room in terms of transcript interpretation, but I get the sense that they're not much more accepting than California. I've not yet taken a look at the requirements for Colorado, but I also haven't heard of any foreign RNs struggling to get their ATT there.Does anyone have any experience or knowledge related to these two states? I have a social security number and English is my first language, as I'm American, so there's no immigration obstacle for me. But if anyone can offer me any advice/information about Colorado or Washington, I'd be very grateful.