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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 9:49am On Apr 04
cutedharmee:

I'm interested
First of all, if your just RN holder, u can't work as an RN in Canada, because when they evaluate your credentials, d gap would be much, but if u are head bent that u want to work an a Canadian RN, u would have to do some course of about one year or one year and a half( check up Omni college), depending on your ielts score. It's expensive too.but u can opt to work as a LPN(licensed practical nurse, which is a lower than the RN salaries) BscN people, u are good to go, just that they would ask for several paperwork, Dem many die aswear,and d institution would dhl it to them, not you. Later u would write their own exam, then if u pass u would get employed (pls I skipped some steps inbtw) no osce, just ielts and CRNE or CPNE, and, Canada here u come
Whole process is about 2years max

Another route is thru d express entry(either foreign skilled worker or provincial nominees program of which your CRS score must be high of which the fact that u are a nurse has made u already half way eligible aka na Dem dey rush us grin .... its achievable either for RN and BscN, remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics) . That one is another maze of its own. Bottom line is" it is achievable"

FOR AUSTRALIA, U DONT NEED TO WRITE ANY EXAM OOOH ASIDE IELTS...BUT ITS A MUST THAG U WOULD DO A BRIDGING COURSE WHEN U GET THERE. ITS FOR A YEAR OR 3 MONTHS OPTION. MOST NIGERIANS THERE DO THE 3 /MONTHS, AFTER THAT , WORK DON START BE THAT... JUST THAT AUSTRALIA FAR SHA...LOL

P.S: before u come here and start confusing me, do your research very well. So we can interact on the same bandwidth

I hope this helps someone... Cheers fam

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by cutedharmee: 1:48pm On Apr 04
BlueBeard:

First of all, if your just RN holder, u can't work as an RN in Canada, because when they evaluate your credentials, d gap would be much, but if u are head bent that u want to work an a Canadian RN, u would have to do some course of about one year or one year and a half( check up Omni college), depending on your ielts score. It's expensive too.but u can opt to work as a LPN(licensed practical nurse, which is a lower than the RN salaries) BscN people, u are good to go, just that they would ask for several paperwork, Dem many die aswear,and d institution would dhl it to them, not you. Later u would write their own exam, then if u pass u would get employed (pls I skipped some steps inbtw) no osce, just ielts and CRNE or CPNE, and, Canada here u come
Whole process is about 2years max

Another route is thru d express entry(either foreign skilled worker or provincial nominees program of which your CRS score must be high of which the fact that u are a nurse has made u already half way eligible aka na Dem dey rush us grin .... its achievable either for RN and BscN, remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics) . That one is another maze of its own. Bottom line is" it is achievable"

FOR AUSTRALIA, U DONT NEED TO WRITE ANY EXAM OOOH ASIDE IELTS...BUT ITS A MUST THAG U WOULD DO A BRIDGING COURSE WHEN U GET THERE. ITS FOR A YEAR OR 3 MONTHS OPTION. MOST NIGERIANS THERE DO THE 3 /MONTHS, AFTER THAT , WORK DON START BE THAT... JUST THAT AUSTRALIA FAR SHA...LOL

P.S: before u come here and start confusing me, do your research very well. So we can interact on the same bandwidth

I hope this helps someone... Cheers fam
Thanks so much
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by bivoprad: 2:16pm On Apr 04
BlueBeard:

First of all, if your just RN holder, u can't work as an RN in Canada, because when they evaluate your credentials, d gap would be much, but if u are head bent that u want to work an a Canadian RN, u would have to do some course of about one year or one year and a half( check up Omni college), depending on your ielts score. It's expensive too.but u can opt to work as a LPN(licensed practical nurse, which is a lower than the RN salaries) BscN people, u are good to go, just that they would ask for several paperwork, Dem many die aswear,and d institution would dhl it to them, not you. Later u would write their own exam, then if u pass u would get employed (pls I skipped some steps inbtw) no osce, just ielts and CRNE or CPNE, and, Canada here u come
Whole process is about 2years max

Another route is thru d express entry(either foreign skilled worker or provincial nominees program of which your CRS score must be high of which the fact that u are a nurse has made u already half way eligible aka na Dem dey rush us grin .... its achievable either for RN and BscN, remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics) . That one is another maze of its own. Bottom line is" it is achievable"

FOR AUSTRALIA, U DONT NEED TO WRITE ANY EXAM OOOH ASIDE IELTS...BUT ITS A MUST THAG U WOULD DO A BRIDGING COURSE WHEN U GET THERE. ITS FOR A YEAR OR 3 MONTHS OPTION. MOST NIGERIANS THERE DO THE 3 /MONTHS, AFTER THAT , WORK DON START BE THAT... JUST THAT AUSTRALIA FAR SHA...LOL

P.S: before u come here and start confusing me, do your research very well. So we can interact on the same bandwidth

I hope this helps someone... Cheers fam
I think its NCLEX they do now, not CRNE
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by phockallmods: 2:30pm On Apr 04
BlueBeard:


grin grin grin nursing don dey hot.lolz... If u have the money, go abroad and do an accelerated program of 2yrs. If not, just buy school of nursing form and do d normal 3years course.... Goodluck
So the 5years course is abnormal?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 2:49pm On Apr 04
phockallmods:

So the 5years course is abnormal?
Considering her age, I'm suggesting RN instead BScN. Meanwhile I never said anything about BScN bn abnormal, you did. so why asking me something based on your own chioce of language u Don dey find trouble grin
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 2:51pm On Apr 04
bivoprad:
I think its NCLEX they do now, not CRNE

Whichever grin
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ndyoo(m): 10:03am On Apr 05
You said UK is easier but here is a link for Canada. Is there a link with steps for someone with BSCN that wants to migrate to UK and not Canada?
Iamemblem:


Yes UK is easier, faster and even without experience. Check down � to know more about PoF

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/express-entry/documents/proof-funds.html
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by mori94: 11:38am On Apr 05
Genwan:
I actually had a Skype interview with the university of the West Of Scotland 2 months ago and according to them I’ll be able to get registered as a nurse in the uk on completion of the course. I’m not so sure about getting a job.


Did you travel for the course, and what has your experience been so far? I want to try the same course too.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Genwan: 11:54am On Apr 05
mori94:



Did you travel for the course, and what has your experience been so far? I want to try the same course too.

No. I’m currently working as a nurse in the uk
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BEEJAY452(m): 1:27pm On Apr 06
can you please list the several paperwork that are required by the Canadian board of Nursing?

Besides, some have said it on this platform that no matter the university we graduated from and the grade, that we do not meet the Canadian Nursing requirements and that, it is a must for BNSc from Nigeria to do a year or 3months program and passed before one can be qualified to write the Canadian NCLEX or CRNE. please how do you allign this or what's your opinion on this?

BlueBeard:

First of all, if your just RN holder, u can't work as an RN in Canada, because when they evaluate your credentials, d gap would be much, but if u are head bent that u want to work an a Canadian RN, u would have to do some course of about one year or one year and a half( check up Omni college), depending on your ielts score. It's expensive too.but u can opt to work as a LPN(licensed practical nurse, which is a lower than the RN salaries) BscN people, u are good to go, just that they would ask for several paperwork, Dem many die aswear,and d institution would dhl it to them, not you. Later u would write their own exam, then if u pass u would get employed (pls I skipped some steps inbtw) no osce, just ielts and CRNE or CPNE, and, Canada here u come
Whole process is about 2years max

Another route is thru d express entry(either foreign skilled worker or provincial nominees program of which your CRS score must be high of which the fact that u are a nurse has made u already half way eligible aka na Dem dey rush us grin .... its achievable either for RN and BscN, remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics) . That one is another maze of its own. Bottom line is" it is achievable"

FOR AUSTRALIA, U DONT NEED TO WRITE ANY EXAM OOOH ASIDE IELTS...BUT ITS A MUST THAG U WOULD DO A BRIDGING COURSE WHEN U GET THERE. ITS FOR A YEAR OR 3 MONTHS OPTION. MOST NIGERIANS THERE DO THE 3 /MONTHS, AFTER THAT , WORK DON START BE THAT... JUST THAT AUSTRALIA FAR SHA...LOL

P.S: before u come here and start confusing me, do your research very well. So we can interact on the same bandwidth

I hope this helps someone... Cheers fam
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Deejah20: 7:06pm On Apr 06
POAK:


Nobody owes you anything bro
If you need an answer toyour inquiry, you ask politely.
A lot of universities in the UK offer BSc Nursing top up program for 1year for already registered nurses.

Do well to make Google your friend �

Pls is it the same thing for registered midwives cos am in my last year of midwifery and I want to go to u.k when am done.
So is there any program for midwives also.
Anyone who knows about it should pls reply. Thanks in advance.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Cheerieviv: 10:26am On Apr 07
BlueBeard:

I thought you have to be in Canada to complete the registration requirements?
Deejah20 post=88165384:


Pls is it the same thing for registered midwives cos am in my last year of midwifery and I want to go to u.k when am done.
So is there any program for midwives also.
Anyone who knows about it should pls reply. Thanks in advance.

First of all, if your just RN holder, u can't work as an RN in Canada, because when they evaluate your credentials, d gap would be much, but if u are head bent that u want to work an a Canadian RN, u would have to do some course of about one year or one year and a half( check up Omni college), depending on your ielts score. It's expensive too.but u can opt to work as a LPN(licensed practical nurse, which is a lower than the RN salaries) BscN people, u are good to go, just that they would ask for several paperwork, Dem many die aswear,and d institution would dhl it to them, not you. Later u would write their own exam, then if u pass u would get employed (pls I skipped some steps inbtw) no osce, just ielts and CRNE or CPNE, and, Canada here u come
Whole process is about 2years max

Another route is thru d express entry(either foreign skilled worker or provincial nominees program of which your CRS score must be high of which the fact that u are a nurse has made u already half way eligible aka na Dem dey rush us grin .... its achievable either for RN and BscN, remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics) . That one is another maze of its own. Bottom line is" it is achievable"

FOR AUSTRALIA, U DONT NEED TO WRITE ANY EXAM OOOH ASIDE IELTS...BUT ITS A MUST THAG U WOULD DO A BRIDGING COURSE WHEN U GET THERE. ITS FOR A YEAR OR 3 MONTHS OPTION. MOST NIGERIANS THERE DO THE 3 /MONTHS, AFTER THAT , WORK DON START BE THAT... JUST THAT AUSTRALIA FAR SHA...LOL

P.S: before u come here and start confusing me, do your research very well. So we can interact on the same bandwidth

I hope this helps someone... Cheers fam
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 4:41pm On Apr 07
Amy360:
Good day @ vickyehi,barbie and everyone here.please I need answer to this thought that has been disturbing me.As an intern nurse which I am,Can I apply to nmc UK at this point?,Can I use my Nurse intern license for the processing? Thanks as I await your various response.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Deejah20: 10:03pm On Apr 07
Deejah20:


Pls is it the same thing for registered midwives cos am in my last year of midwifery and I want to go to u.k when am done.
So is there any program for midwives also.
Anyone who knows about it should pls reply. Thanks in advance.
pls can someone help me with this.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Blessingkwazie: 10:10pm On Apr 07
hello.
please how long does someone have to wait for Pearson vue to send a mail regarding CBT because I have already gotten a mail from NMC uk.
or is it because of the pandemic??
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by bns4eva: 2:28am On Apr 08
Deejah20:

pls can someone help me with this.


Please check their page if they accept midwife nurses,I only know of RN, bnsc..
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Iruosonobrugwhe: 12:55pm On Apr 08
within 48hrs

Blessingkwazie:
hello.
please how long does someone have to wait for Pearson vue to send a mail regarding CBT because I have already gotten a mail from NMC uk.
or is it because of the pandemic??
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ogmoks: 3:20pm On Apr 08
Please does anyone know of any CBT center in Edo state. Thanks in anticipation
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ogmoks: 3:27pm On Apr 08
Blessingkwazie:
hello.
please how long does someone have to wait for Pearson vue to send a mail regarding CBT because I have already gotten a mail from NMC uk.
or is it because of the pandemic??
pls I want to ask have you written or re u abt to write?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Iruosonobrugwhe: 5:51pm On Apr 08
asaba is the closest

Ogmoks:
Please does anyone know of any CBT center in Edo state. Thanks in anticipation
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 7:07am On Apr 09
Send a PM, pls
BEEJAY452:
can you please list the several paperwork that are required by the Canadian board of Nursing?

Besides, some have said it on this platform that no matter the university we graduated from and the grade, that we do not meet the Canadian Nursing requirements and that, it is a must for BNSc from Nigeria to do a year or 3months program and passed before one can be qualified to write the Canadian NCLEX or CRNE. please how do you allign this or what's your opinion on this?

Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 7:09am On Apr 09
Deejah20:


Pls is it the same thing for registered midwives cos am in my last year of midwifery and I want to go to u.k when am done.
So is there any program for midwives also.
Anyone who knows about it should pls reply. Thanks in advance.

Well, I know of the General RN. I don't think our midwifery is up to theirs, there. Majority go for the RN. I doubt if your midwifery would fly
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 7:10am On Apr 09
[quote author=Amy360 post=88194720][/quote]

Yes you can
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ogmoks: 7:33am On Apr 09
Iruosonobrugwhe:
asaba is the closest

okay, thanks so much.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 6:28pm On Apr 09
BlueBeard:

First of all, if your just RN holder, u can't work as an RN in Canada, because when they evaluate your credentials, d gap would be much, but if u are head bent that u want to work an a Canadian RN, u would have to do some course of about one year or one year and a half( check up Omni college), depending on your ielts score. It's expensive too.but u can opt to work as a LPN(licensed practical nurse, which is a lower than the RN salaries) BscN people, u are good to go, just that they would ask for several paperwork, Dem many die aswear,and d institution would dhl it to them, not you. Later u would write their own exam, then if u pass u would get employed (pls I skipped some steps inbtw) no osce, just ielts and CRNE or CPNE, and, Canada here u come
Whole process is about 2years max

Another route is thru d express entry(either foreign skilled worker or provincial nominees program of which your CRS score must be high of which the fact that u are a nurse has made u already half way eligible aka na Dem dey rush us grin .... its achievable either for RN and BscN, remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics) . That one is another maze of its own. Bottom line is" it is achievable"

FOR AUSTRALIA, U DONT NEED TO WRITE ANY EXAM OOOH ASIDE IELTS...BUT ITS A MUST THAG U WOULD DO A BRIDGING COURSE WHEN U GET THERE. ITS FOR A YEAR OR 3 MONTHS OPTION. MOST NIGERIANS THERE DO THE 3 /MONTHS, AFTER THAT , WORK DON START BE THAT... JUST THAT AUSTRALIA FAR SHA...LOL

P.S: before u come here and start confusing me, do your research very well. So we can interact on the same bandwidth

I hope this helps someone... Cheers fam
Correcting some miscommunication
1.......Omni college is only to integrate you to the nursing environment in Canada. It is not the school where you fo the "bridging" program. The program offered by omni is NOT a substitute for the bridging the college of nursing may request for. However, the program at Omni may help prepare you for the assessment test and generally improve your chances because you would have started getting used to the basic gadgets. Note that people have completed their credential process without Omni, so it is not a part of the process. Also I know people who have completed Omni's program and are currently in the actual bridging programs for their licensure.

2......BScn graduates are not necessarily "good to go". You still have to do the OSCE and your performance at the OSCe is what determines how many courses would be required to bridge the educational gap. You only skip the OSCE assessment if your report from NNAS says "comparable to canadian education". I am yet to see a Nigerian graduate with such an assessment report from NNAS.

3.....For express entry, "the mind of them dey rush us" DOES NOT APPLY. express entry is not focused on you practicing as a nurse but it is STRICTLY AN IMMIGRATION PROCESS. Having a BSN as opposed to a Diploma is ENTIRELY IRRELEVANT to the process. A RN/RM Diploma holder may stand a better chance than a straight BScN. Except the BN holder can find a way to assess each component of their degrees separately (some people in the thread have been successful).
4........"remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics)"
The above statement is NOT TRUE. Although Canada's RN are Bachelor degree holders, there have also been cases of diploma nurses who scaled through the RN licensure process.

In conclusion, the Canadian licensure process is not a "one size fits all" kind of process. Until you start the process, you can not tell how long it would take you or whether or not your degree would scale through. It does help to have a BSN but having a BSN doesnt also mean that you would have it easy and fast. If you really want to practice in Canada, all you can do is to start the process and give your assessment OSCE your best shot (ie if NNAS gives you a report stating "noncomparable or somewhat comparable"wink.

Canadian licensure is in 2 steps.
1.....getting to canada as a landed immigrant (study or permanent resident)
2......the licensure process.
Ensure you have a plan to be successful at both before you commit to it. Else just go to the States or uk or some other place.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 7:53pm On Apr 09
vickyehi:

Correcting some miscommunication
1.......Omni college is only to integrate you to the nursing environment in Canada. It is not the school where you fo the "bridging" program. The program offered by omni is NOT a substitute for the bridging the college of nursing may request for. However, the program at Omni may help prepare you for the assessment test and generally improve your chances because you would have started getting used to the basic gadgets. Note that people have completed their credential process without Omni, so it is not a part of the process. Also I know people who have completed Omni's program and are currently in the actual bridging programs for their licensure.

2......BScn graduates are not necessarily "good to go". You still have to do the OSCE and your performance at the OSCe is what determines how many courses would be required to bridge the educational gap. You only skip the OSCE assessment if your report from NNAS says "comparable to canadian education". I am yet to see a Nigerian graduate with such an assessment report from NNAS.

3.....For express entry, "the mind of them dey rush us" DOES NOT APPLY. express entry is not focused on you practicing as a nurse but it is STRICTLY AN IMMIGRATION PROCESS. Having a BSN as opposed to a Diploma is ENTIRELY IRRELEVANT to the process. A RN/RM Diploma holder may stand a better chance than a straight BScN. Except the BN holder can find a way to assess each component of their degrees separately (some people in the thread have been successful).
4........"remember Rn can't work as Rn there, u work as lpn there(until u upgrade yaa academics)"
The above statement is NOT TRUE. Although Canada's RN are Bachelor degree holders, there have also been cases of diploma nurses who scaled through the RN licensure process.

In conclusion, the Canadian licensure process is not a "one size fits all" kind of process. Until you start the process, you can not tell how long it would take you or whether or not your degree would scale through. It does help to have a BSN but having a BSN doesnt also mean that you would have it easy and fast. If you really want to practice in Canada, all you can do is to start the process and give your assessment OSCE your best shot (ie if NNAS gives you a report stating "noncomparable or somewhat comparable"wink.

Canadian licensure is in 2 steps.
1.....getting to canada as a landed immigrant (study or permanent resident)
2......the licensure process.
Ensure you have a plan to be successful at both before you commit to it. Else just go to the States or uk or some other place.

1. Omni college only helps you in getting your Canadian RN, i never said anything about it bn a bridging program.(at least I never meant it in that context)I belong to their WhatsApp group, so I'm telling you this without atom of doubt

2. U may be right.

3. Trust me, Na Dem dey rush us o grin reason bn that, they invite nurses&health practitioners to apply for EE(as far as u have the required CRS)faster than any other profession. And the one u said about RN&RM holder standing a better chance than BNsc, bros, that's not true ooo.lolz. E shock u shey I'd send a screenshot so u can see for yourself

4. You're also wrong too. The student advisor in Omni college, we chat on WhatsApp and I can give u his contact so u can ask him to confirm this... I downloaded the pdf handbook From national nursing assessment services, canada. Please google this up. In fact pm me lemme send your number to him so u can contact him. Also I can send u d pdf so u can read it up for yourself...

Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by confistified(m): 10:34pm On Apr 10
I dropped this for some peeps today and tot it wise to also share here @barbie

Difference between UK, Canada and US

UK
- Easier to migrate to as a Nurse
- If you are serious with it, it takes roughly 4months
- The pay is between £24k - £30k
- But it is work visa you will be given
- It takes 5yrs to get a resident permit
- Another 5yrs to get citizenship
- RN to BSN top up program in University of Sunderland takes about 12months and cost £12k - #5,500,000


USA
- Takes 18months - 24months to process
- You will be issued a Green Card
- In 5yrs you become a Citizen
- Pay is Twice/More than Twice that of UK
- Everybody wants the American Dream


Canada
Express Entry is the way
- You will be given a Permanent Residency Card
- In 3yrs you become a Citizen
- Pay is More than that of UK but not up to US
- Rated 2nd best country to live in the world
- Free Health Care

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Hunnybee: 11:41pm On Apr 10
- It takes 5years to get Independent leave to remain (ILR)
- It takes another one year after to get citizenship



UK
- Easier to migrate to as a Nurse
- If you are serious with it, it takes roughly 4months
- The pay is between £24k - £30k
- But it is work visa you will be given
- It takes 5yrs to get a resident permit
- Another 5yrs to get citizenship
- RN to BSN top up program in University of Sunderland takes about 12months and cost [b]£12k - #5,500,000[/]

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by confistified(m): 12:32am On Apr 11
Hunnybee:
- It takes 5years to get Independent leave to remain (ILR)
- It takes another one year after to get citizenship



UK
- Easier to migrate to as a Nurse
- If you are serious with it, it takes roughly 4months
- The pay is between £24k - £30k
- But it is work visa you will be given
- It takes 5yrs to get a resident permit
- Another 5yrs to get citizenship
- RN to BSN top up program in University of Sunderland takes about 12months and cost [b]£12k - #5,500,000[/]
Explain better
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Deejah20: 6:11pm On Apr 11
NurzCee:


Thanks for the clarification. But then, amma reserve all comments till I contact my senior who went to Conventry University, UK to verify these you've said.

Thanks once again. Cheers
pls have you clarified.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlueBeard(m): 8:57am On Apr 12
Deejah20:

pls have you clarified.
Nah, I haven't... I wanna focus on Express Entry for Canada. I don't wanna school in UK again. Just wanna work and save up in UK, and after getting the work experience, I'd leave the UK. PM me lemme send u the official representatives' direct line

Sorry, I'm now using this moniker grin grin grin
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by chuksozy: 7:38pm On Apr 12
Hi. I've been following this thread from the beginning
1. Any news about the travel ban to USA?
2. Please going by the UK route, what would it take to bring in one's spouse & children?

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