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work abroad w/out experience.. possible?

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help what will I do with my NCLEX passing rate. I am still here in the philippines. I do not have SSN yet. How can i ask for extensions. Please PM me..

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The more experience, the more confident you become in working abroad.

Nothing beats experience. And aside from that, you tend to explore more opportunities.

Good luck!

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My Pinay wife graduated with a BSN in 'Pinas in 2007. She completed six months of volunteer nursing at a large tertiary public hospital in 'Pinas in 2008. She passed her NCLEX-RN in September 2009. She was hired as an RN at a large LTC facility here in the U.S. in March 2010.

Even though her volunteer work in 'Pinas was unpaid, she gained valuable work experience from it. Her volunteer work was one of the reasons why she got hired here in the U.S. Another factor is that she has excellent communication skills in English. Who is to say that unpaid work experience won't help you? It certainly helped my wife.

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When I came to the US they did not even look at my experiences nor did they even asked where I graduated, all they really needed from me was a valid RN license and a clean background. Certificates? They took care of all that, they paid for my CPR and BLS. I had 3 months of paid training. Basically they will just accept you as newly grad regardless of your experience in the Phlippines.

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