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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by estherton: 4:47pm On Jun 02
well-done Barbie for all you do to get people informed and may God bless you immensely. please dear I need CBT materials urgently. here is my email estherton9@gmail.com
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by estherton: 4:52pm On Jun 02
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well-done Barbie for all you do to make sure people have the right information, May God bless you immensely,
please dear can you help me with CBT materials,I need to prepare for the exam urgently.my email address is estherton9@gmail.com
thank you so much as I look forward to a positive response from you.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by pelgy: 5:18pm On Jun 02
Hi Great nurses!
I am new here. I just registered for my IELTS to begin my NMC U.K. journey. I will be very grateful to receive some study tips and materials to study. My e-mail is ledisgiami@gmail.com
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by confistified(m): 1:58am On Jun 04
Nurses planning on still going to the UK this year, Increase your Prayers ooooo so NMC will not this move o shocked embarassed

Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by pelgy: 8:12am On Jun 04
I believe it will work out regardless



confistified:
Nurses planning on still going to the UK this year, Increase your Prayers ooooo so NMC will not this move o shocked embarassed
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by baybie3: 3:18pm On Jun 04
Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ezekiella: 4:23pm On Jun 04
Good day Barbie,I have been following your thread and your YouTube channel. Please I need your help.
Can you help me find out how a medical doctor here in Nigeria can relocate and work in UK, Australia or Canada ?

Also,if someone studies Nursing for 3years in UBTH ,can she be eligible to apply for work in UK ? Or the person still needs to do one year, eight months midwifery course ?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Endywitty: 6:58pm On Jun 04
GOOD NEWS!!!!! The Nigerians are back into processing at AVANT and no longer on HOLD

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by TheArchangel(f): 7:04pm On Jun 04
Should we start applying for NCLEX and Philippines visa now or should we wait for more time.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by THUNDER4real(m): 7:05pm On Jun 04
Endywitty:
GOOD NEWS!!!!! The Nigerians are back into processing at AVANT and no longer on HOLD
Black lives matter, they have reconsidered their racism act concentrating only on Filipino and this cut across all these agencies. Nonsense....

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Breeze19: 8:35pm On Jun 04
THUNDER4real:
Black lives matter, they have reconsidered their racism act concentrating only on Filipino and this cut across all these agencies. Nonsense....



On the contrary, many other agencies keep processing irrespective of the ban and the retrogression.
Avant resumes processing majorly to be part of other agencies that will take advantage of the impending 25,000 visa in the rescilence act Which is deemed to be passed before the Senate August break.

it is expected that the current retrogression in the visa issuance will be totally off by October (beginning of another fiscal year in the immigration) so as accommodate the results effects of the rescilence act.

As for the ban on Nigeria, the agencies recognize the import place place Nigerian nurses occupy in their usual business and as such they are set to file waiver for the nurses.

Keep hope alive and keep doing what you need to do.

...God is still saying something.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by THUNDER4real(m): 8:49pm On Jun 04
Breeze19:




On the contrary, many other agencies keep processing irrespective of the ban and the retrogression.
Avant resumes processing majorly to be part of other agencies that will take advantage of the impending 25,000 visa in the rescilence act Which is deemed to be passed before the Senate August break.

it is expected that the current retrogression in the visa issuance will be totally off by October (beginning of another fiscal year in the immigration) so as accommodate the results effects of the rescilence act.

As for the ban on Nigeria, the agencies recognize the import place place Nigerian nurses occupy in their usual business and as such they are set to file waiver for the nurses.

Keep hope alive and keep doing what you need to do.

...God is still saying something.
This is your opinion...Have you considered why most agencies prefer Filipinos to Africans, please don't argue this point. Just recently they established an Nclex centre in Africa claiming they are ignorant of African Nurses traveling to another continent for the exam. Asia has 2+ Nclex centres even in India that retrogression is nothing to write home about. This people knows what they are doing. Ask yourself this question, Why is the Nclex centre not in Ghana or Nigeria. I am 100% sure that once a nurse graduates in Nigeria, as they are taking their Nigeria lincensure, they will be pursuing U.S own if the center is here.

This will cause an influx of blacks in U.S. Furthermore, how many blacks compared to Filipino nurses do you see featured by these agencies. Even if you choose to ignore the facts and reality by your opinion, no prob, but you better shine your eyes. All you see is not really the way it seems.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Hunnybee: 11:13am On Jun 05
Reached out to Ogrady 2weeks ago and they wouldn’t take me cos of the ban, except ‘I have another passport aside Nigeria’s ‘
Endywitty:
GOOD NEWS!!!!! The Nigerians are back into processing at AVANT and no longer on HOLD
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 2:07pm On Jun 05
Ezekiella:
Good day Barbie,I have been following your thread and your YouTube channel. Please I need your help.
Can you help me find out how a medical doctor here in Nigeria can relocate and work in UK, Australia or Canada ?

Also,if someone studies Nursing for 3years in UBTH ,can she be eligible to apply for work in UK ? Or the person still needs to do one year, eight months midwifery course ?
To become a doctor in the uk you would need to take ielts academic, then sit for your plab 1 and plab 2.

For nursing, you do not need to do the midwifery program. Just pass ielts academic and take CBT and then OSCE.

Both plan 1 and CBT are written in Nigeria while the latter is in the UK only.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by osato45: 4:18pm On Jun 05
isuzu1:


Please how do i get an employer? Already passed the cbt and ielt.@gratefulme40
please when did you take your cbt, and could you share materials you used for it, ogoonochie@gmail.com. thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by gratefulme40: 11:00pm On Jun 05
isuzu1:


Please how do i get an employer? Already passed the cbt and ielt.@gratefulme40


I really don’t know a lot at the moment as it’s been a little while. But there are recruitment agencies in Nigeria helping with employer and visa and all. Let me call Inkredible.... I think he might be of better help
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Inkredible(m): 9:30am On Jun 06
gratefulme40:



I really don’t know a lot at the moment as it’s been a little while. But there are recruitment agencies in Nigeria helping with employer and visa and all. Let me call Inkredible.... I think he might be of better help

Hi, due to COVID, there's a backlog of Pre Reg nurses yet to write their OSCE exams. As a result, recruitment may be slow until they're cleared.

However, there's should still be recruitments going on when the lockdown is totally eased.

Hope this helps..
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Ezekiella: 10:53am On Jun 06
vickyehi:

Thank you so much for the quick response. I greatly appreciatebecome a doctor in the uk you would need to take ielts academic, then sit for your plab 1 and plab 2.

For nursing, you do not need to do the midwifery program. Just pass ielts academic and take CBT and then OSCE.

Both plan 1 and CBT are written in Nigeria while the latter is in the UK only.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by isuzu1(m): 10:53pm On Jun 06
Thanks
gratefulme40:



I really don’t know a lot at the moment as it’s been a little while. But there are recruitment agencies in Nigeria helping with employer and visa and all. Let me call Inkredible.... I think he might be of better help

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Osjaay(f): 6:12am On Jun 07
Luchiano54:
]Hello everyone, is anyone aware of how long it takes for NMCN to send verification Form, am really getting anxious now this is the 5th week and still no response from them.

Mine took 7weeks.You just have to be patient and keep calling them.
All the best
Thanks a bunch
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by sophiebby: 6:07pm On Jun 07
please guys..I saw this thread and I'll like to ask few questions. If I want to immigrate as a RN to Canada with three years in school of nursing...Do I apply as a Lpn or RN..and if it's LPN ..how will I get Canadian license..thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Symbae: 8:40pm On Jun 07
Hi guys

Please what's the requirement for applying to texas board of nursing. Do they need ielts and social security number?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 2:24am On Jun 08
Symbae:
Hi guys

Please what's the requirement for applying to texas board of nursing. Do they need ielts and social security number?
No to both questions.
Check their website for more details
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 2:25am On Jun 08
sophiebby:
please guys..I saw this thread and I'll like to ask few questions. If I want to immigrate as a RN to Canada with three years in school of nursing...Do I apply as a Lpn or RN..and if it's LPN ..how will I get Canadian license..thanks in advance
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by sophiebby: 11:23pm On Jun 08
vickyehi:

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Thanks..found answers.. please another question on my waec result a mistake was made on my dob..with the year..just my waec result is different..my dob is correct for my nursing school and birth certificate and passport..please do I need to worry about this with cgfns or I can use my schools certificate instead of waec?..thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 11:44pm On Jun 08
barbiee:
@sumbzie78, @babyyo8, @cyrilade01, @Yugotee
I sent you CBT materials as requested.

About the licence verification as an intern Nurse, I spoke to NMC uk about this issue recently and they said you can start your UK registration as soon as you pass your Nursing council exam. However, I have come to understand that NMCN might not want to send your license verification immediately you finish school but I'm not entirely sure if NMCN will refuse to give NMC UK your records when they request for it so it is worth a try, you can also try to get a letter from your school to claim that you have passed the Nursing council exam if NMCN refuse to send your verification and see if that makes a difference. If that doesnt work then my advice would be to start studying for and Writing the IELTS exam in the meantime.

If you want to be a midwife in the UK, you need to register for CBT midwifery, midwifery jobs are hard to get but not impossible, there are also few study materials Available for CBT midwifery. Unfortunately I dont have any. If anyone has materials for CBT midwifery please send them to me too. Thanks in advance.

If you did the 18 months Nursing program and you want to be an Adult Nurse in the UK, you only need to verify your 18 months Nursing qualification. You also need to inform NMCN and your school to send a letter to NMC UK saying your 18 months nursing program qualifies you to be a Registered Nurse.

@chuksozy if you have the funds then in my opinion relocating with your family at the same time is a good idea. Apart from the fact that you get everything done together as a family e.g visa, flights, gp registration etc, your wife will be more stable mentally to deal with the pressures of a new workplace and a new lifestyle. Living in a new country can be very stressful, intimidating and lonely. Avoid it if you can.

@MrsAnn thank you for defending @Bluebeard, you couldn't have said it better. We are all here to learn and mistakes are inevitable, I'm also learning from you guys here and most of the comments I read are enough to see me smiling through the day. I expecially laughed loud and long when bluebeard called vickyehi an auxiliary. I was like "what? You did not just say that!" Anyway, Thank you vicky for your diplomatic and intelligent answers and thank you @Auschris for clearing that misconception about Avant. It is nice to see you back on the thread.

Happy Nurses week to all the friends I haven't met yet, that includes you too! Please Stay safe during this pandemic.
Thank you so much Barbie for all you do for us here,i do follow you on youtube.thanks for all the information. Pls can you help me with the materials for CBT exam including those materials recently added.thank you in advance as I wait for your response

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 11:52pm On Jun 08
Please friends @ vickyehi and others who are more informed I need answers to these questions.As a graduate nurse with RN, and RM and Bnsc,In comprehensive ranking system for Canada,do they count these qualification as just one with a degree,or one with a degree and diploma certificates?Also when the same provincial nomination,Are they talking about be nominated by a relative in Canada?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 8:06am On Jun 09
Amy360:
Please friends @ vickyehi and others who are more informed I need answers to these questions.As a graduate nurse with RN, and RM and Bnsc,In comprehensive ranking system for Canada,do they count these qualification as just one with a degree,or one with a degree and diploma certificates?Also when the same provincial nomination,Are they talking about be nominated by a relative in Canada?
What it counts as is whatever the evaluator (iqas, ices, wes) says it is equivalent to. In the past, some people have been successful in isolating each degree and getting a report saying 2 or more certificates.
Provincial nomination means that the province (states) find you as a good fit to relocate and establish in their province. You mustn't have a relative there to nominate you (that only applies in some provinces such as Saskatchewan and manitoba). Each province have their criteria, so read about their criteria to know which you qualify for.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 11:16pm On Jun 09
vickyehi:

What it counts as is whatever the evaluator (iqas, ices, wes) says it is equivalent to. In the past, some people have been successful in isolating each degree and getting a report saying 2 or more certificates.
Provincial nomination means that the province (states) find you as a good fit to relocate and establish in their province. You mustn't have a relative there to nominate you (that only applies in some provinces such as Saskatchewan and manitoba). Each province have their criteria, so read about their criteria to know which you qualify for.
thank you Vicky for your timely response
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by AChinenyewa(f): 2:41pm On Jun 10
Good afternoon, please can a statement of result from the university be used for NMC registration if certificate is unavailable

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