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    My sister is a certified nurse in the Philippines she already passed TOEFL CGFNS and she wants to take the NCLEX exam, my question is how much would it cost?

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    Check CGFNS International theyshould have the answer.

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    Thanks for info, I think by next year she will go to Maryland! btw thanks again!

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    Thanks for info, I think by next year she will go to Maryland! btw thanks again!

    How easy would it be to find a nursing position in the US if you are coming from the Philippines? If you don't have a permanent residency in the U.S., is it easy to get a Visa? Did your sister have to go through a recruiting agency? I am just very curious.

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    Yup she did, the agency said that her papers is in the 4th stage so maybe by next year she will fly to the US!

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    Good luck to your sister!

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    Hi tweetybabes! What do you mean when you say American visa? Like permanent residency or american citizenship?

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    While I am not Tweetybabes, I am assuming that it is either tourist visa or student visa. It would be much easier to get sponsorship within the U.S. instread of getting a working visa abroad. However I am just guessing and look forward to hear from Tweetybabes as well.

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    So what do you mean by sponsorship?
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    For getting a work visa

    As a nurse, you can get employer sponsor from hospitals, nursing homes etc so you can work in the U.S. The process, from what I understand is that a hospital sponsor a nurse, a hospital hired or nurse hired lawyer files the paperwork and within few months to 6 (?) months get a working permit. Within few months to 1 or 2 (?) years the nurse has to provide visa screen (pass the IELTS, iBT TOEFL or TSE & pbt TOEFL) and the nurse will get a "green" card. This could take 6 months or several years depending on the situation. I hope I got this information correct and if so, answers your questions.


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    So what do you mean by sponsorship?

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