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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 1:12am On Jan 13
tinutunde:

Please are you planning to use any agency? Because I contacted Envertiz but they said they no longer recruit from developing countries
Try other agencies,they still do recruit
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Enibs: 11:36pm On Jan 13
Hi everyone and a happy new year to you all. Pls can someone please help me with nmc cbt study materials to "eniotoks@gmail.com". Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Shokoloko(f): 12:04am On Jan 14
Newfoundland in Canada is now accepting applications for healthcare and IT specialist. Please use this link to find out eligibility and other details.
https://www.gov.nl.ca/immigration/immigrating-to-newfoundland-and-labrador/provincial-nominee-program/priority-skills-nl/

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by ChinmaRoxy(f): 7:19pm On Jan 14
Hello everyone. I had an interview with Allison Jones Consulting firm on the 14th of January, 2021 for HCA position. I saw their job advert on indeed.com for IEN's. During the interview, I was told that once successful I wld pay the sum of 6,700usd in 3 installments for LMIA and others. On the employment policy form, it's written no fees from candidates but I don't know why such huge fee was mentioned during the interview session. I want to find out if anyone has heard about them and how genuine they are. They have a website and a Facebook page which I had gone through but still not convinced. From the research I made, fee for LMIA is I,000CAD . Please people in Alberta should also help me to verify. Make person no enta one chance. Thanks all. Waiting for your respnses.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlackNostra(f): 8:21am On Jan 16
Please I need some piece of advice concerning the next step to take. I'll be graduating from Nursing School by May and I'm weighing my options;
- Getting my bsc through direct entry. (4 years)
- Acquiring my RM certificate through post basic midwifery ( 1yr 6mths) and use the time to get prepared financially for the transition process.
Honestly, the thought of spending for another 4 years in a Nigerian university is terrifying, considering the hassles attached to it.
Please, I need a second opinion. Your response will be really appreciated.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Enibs: 9:38pm On Jan 16
Enibs:
Hi everyone and a happy new year to you all. Pls can someone please help me with nmc cbt study materials to "eniotoks@gmail.com". Thanks
Still waiting please. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by bivoprad(f): 5:30pm On Jan 17
Hello everyone, please, has anyone here done NCLEX in philippines recently?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jeremy1234: 6:18pm On Jan 17
If you have come across noieltstocanada by victor ola and you would like to purchase the guide at the rate of 5,000
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Price is slightly negotiable.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by yunqdady: 9:13pm On Jan 17
Ffg
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:26am On Jan 18
Uzland:

OK, thanks a lot. Quite depressing cry to hear this! But the marriage idea, wink not a bad one, though it may not be feasible to marry in under 6 months. In such an instance where one overstayed and married after about 1 or 2 years, would the PR not work out?
PS PLEASE pardon my awkward questions. There may be hundreds of other people here who might find themselves in this situation, and the responses and advice rendered here might be of immense help to them too. Thanks once again.smiley
Canada is very strict about over staying visa. Honestly you would be useless to yourself in those 2yrs because unlike usa, there are very limited under the table jobs. So fending for yourself will be a nightmare. Regulating your visa even after marriage may be difficult because you may be faced with a Ban for overstating which would render you inadmissible. Also that will cost you thousands of dollars to hire a very good lawyer with no assurance.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:29am On Jan 18
Olenyhc:
Happy new year everyone

I'm a bnsc nurse with 3 years work experience after graduation. I've been doing my masters (health related but not nursing) and have not worked as a nurse since 2018. I want to migrate to Canada and I want to know if its possible to work as an RN without NNAS process. My research so far indicates that internationally educated nurses will have to apply to NNAS first so they can determine one's level in nursing and then prescribe any bridging courses/practicals that will qualify the person to write a licensing exam. I heard their process takes 2 to 5 years so I'd like to know if there is a shortcut. Is there a short university program I can do to brush up on my nursing skills and qualify me for the licensing exams without applying through NNAS? If anybody else has had any experience with them, can they share please? Any input would be appreciated.

Your research is mostly correct. There is no way to get your license recognized without NNAS. The only thing you can do is retake your bachelors degree. There are after degree nursing programs that you would qualify for and they are 2yeard long. It is just a compressed 4yr curriculum so its like nursing from scratch.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:38am On Jan 18
ChinmaRoxy:
Hello everyone. I had an interview with Allison Jones Consulting firm on the 14th of January, 2021 for HCA position. I saw their job advert on indeed.com for IEN's. During the interview, I was told that once successful I wld pay the sum of 6,700usd in 3 installments for LMIA and others. On the employment policy form, it's written no fees from candidates but I don't know why such huge fee was mentioned during the interview session. I want to find out if anyone has heard about them and how genuine they are. They have a website and a Facebook page which I had gone through but still not convinced. From the research I made, fee for LMIA is I,000CAD . Please people in Alberta should also help me to verify. Make person no enta one chance. Thanks all. Waiting for your respnses.

Bro, na better one chance be that imo.
First red flag is that employees are not to pay for LMIA. It is against the Canadian law for the employee to pay for such. Secondly recruiting a HCA from abroad is also shady as it is not an occupation in demand, nor is it skilled enough to warrant international staffing.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:42am On Jan 18
BlackNostra:
Please I need some piece of advice concerning the next step to take. I'll be graduating from Nursing School by May and I'm weighing my options;
- Getting my bsc through direct entry. (4 years)
- Acquiring my RM certificate through post basic midwifery ( 1yr 6mths) and use the time to get prepared financially for the transition process.
Honestly, the thought of spending for another 4 years in a Nigerian university is terrifying, considering the hassles attached to it.
Please, I need a second opinion. Your response will be really appreciated.

I'd advice you to not spend any more time schooling in naija. Work and gather your money to move to UK. When you get there you can bridge your Rn to BSN for as little as 1year. No knowledge is wasted if you choose to go for midwifery, but it's your time you would waste.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:43am On Jan 18
Jeremy1234:
If you have come across noieltstocanada by victor ola and you would like to purchase the guide at the rate of 5,000
Please message me on WhatsApp +2348179724040

Price is slightly negotiable.

Please what Canadian immigration process are you saying doesn't need ielts
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by BlackNostra(f): 5:16pm On Jan 18
vickyehi:


I'd advice you to not spend any more time schooling in naija. Work and gather your money to move to UK. When you get there you can bridge your Rn to BSN for as little as 1year. No knowledge is wasted if you choose to go for midwifery, but it's your time you would waste.
Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 7:24pm On Jan 18
Jeremy1234:



Applying for a school that doesn't require writing ielts
You can check it out on google if you doubt

Okay, but only lazy students would pay someone 5k for something a Google search will give them. However, I know lots of people want to be spoonfed so 5k is a little price to pay for their laziness.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by ChinmaRoxy(f): 8:22pm On Jan 18
vickyehi:


Bro, na better one chance be that imo.
First red flag is that employees are not to pay for LMIA. It is against the Canadian law for the employee to pay for such. Secondly recruiting a HCA from abroad is also shady as it is not an occupation in demand, nor is it skilled enough to warrant international staffing.


Thanks so much for ur response. One has to be careful o.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 1:34am On Jan 19
ChinmaRoxy:



Thanks so much for ur response. One has to be careful o.
Happy new year friends,@vickyehi and Barbie,I wanted to start my online processing with nmc uk and nmcn,wanted the registration to be fast for me,but a friend of mine who did far back at Oct 2020 got verified a week ago,and she said it now takes 3months,please I want to know if that's the standard now,or pls if there is way to speed it up,i don't mind,would really appreciate it.please @ vickyehi,you haven't replied to this.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Cousin9999: 3:45am On Jan 19
There's a nursing shortage throughout the Caribbean.

If you're not quite ready to go to the US or UK, it could be a stepping stone, or you just might decide to settle there.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by yunqdady: 4:26am On Jan 19
Cousin9999:
There's a nursing shortage throughout the Caribbean.

If you're not quite ready to go to the US or UK, it could be a stepping stone, or you just might decide to settle there.
Your racism all over Nairaland is incredibly amusing.
I saw what you did there.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Luchiano54: 5:52am On Jan 19
Just like Vickyehi said,try and gather funds and start the UK process. It still remains the "cheapest" when compared with it's other foreign counterparts. All that's needed is just your RN licence. You can do a top up 1 or 2 years degree program. Please,do not let this opportunity pass you by. All the best.
vickyehi:


I'd advice you to not spend any more time schooling in naija. Work and gather your money to move to UK. When you get there you can bridge your Rn to BSN for as little as 1year. No knowledge is wasted if you choose to go for midwifery, but it's your time you would waste.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by yunqdady: 7:28am On Jan 19
BlackNostra:
Please I need some piece of advice concerning the next step to take. I'll be graduating from Nursing School by May and I'm weighing my options;
- Getting my bsc through direct entry. (4 years)
- Acquiring my RM certificate through post basic midwifery ( 1yr 6mths) and use the time to get prepared financially for the transition process.
Honestly, the thought of spending for another 4 years in a Nigerian university is terrifying, considering the hassles attached to it.
Please, I need a second opinion. Your response will be really appreciated.
Don't let Satan use you. Go and get about 500K and start UK's processing. It won't be opened for ever. I cast and rebuke 4 + x years degree in your life IJN. But study hard and smart for IELTS o.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Olenyhc(f): 8:38am On Jan 19
vickyehi:


Your research is mostly correct. There is no way to get your license recognized without NNAS. The only thing you can do is retake your bachelors degree. There are after degree nursing programs that you would qualify for and they are 2yeard long. It is just a compressed 4yr curriculum so its like nursing from scratch.

Thank you @vickyehi. Please do tell me the after degree programs and the schools that offer them. I will check Google too for more info. I think its better, as long as I'll write NCLEX once I graduate without waiting 2 to 5 years for NNAS. Additionally, do you have any idea if I can do a postgraduate nursing program and write NCLEX without NNAS?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:43pm On Jan 19
Amy360:

Happy new year friends,@vickyehi and Barbie,I wanted to start my online processing with nmc uk and nmcn,wanted the registration to be fast for me,but a friend of mine who did far back at Oct 2020 got verified a week ago,and she said it now takes 3months,please I want to know if that's the standard now,or pls if there is way to speed it up,i don't mind,would really appreciate it.please @ vickyehi,you haven't replied to this.
I dont know how long the process for nmc currently takes, but you can try to get an inside person who may be able to facilitate the process for you. I have a contact that I am willing to share, but I haven't used him in a while and so am not sure how much he actually speeds up the process these days. You can send me an email for his contact.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:47pm On Jan 19
Olenyhc:


Thank you @vickyehi. Please do tell me the after degree programs and the schools that offer them. I will check Google too for more info. I think its better, as long as I'll write NCLEX once I graduate without waiting 2 to 5 years for NNAS. Additionally, do you have any idea if I can do a postgraduate nursing program and write NCLEX without NNAS?
Google it and come back with more detailed question. I am adverse to spoonfeeding tongue tongue tongue tongue
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 4:49pm On Jan 19
yunqdady:

Your racism all over Nairaland is incredibly amusing.
I saw what you did there.
I dont get whats racist about this post
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Amy360: 8:47pm On Jan 19
vickyehi:

I dont know how long the process for nmc currently takes, but you can try to get an inside person who may be able to facilitate the process for you. I have a contact that I am willing to share, but I haven't used him in a while and so am not sure how much he actually speeds up the process these days. You can send me an email for his contact.


Thank you so much at Vicky,would send you an email
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Olenyhc(f): 11:07pm On Jan 19
vickyehi:

Google it and come back with more detailed question. I am adverse to spoonfeeding tongue tongue tongue tongue

cheesy cheesy Okay, I will
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by sharone21(f): 1:47am On Jan 20
BlackNostra:
Please I need some piece of advice concerning the next step to take. I'll be graduating from Nursing School by May and I'm weighing my options;
- Getting my bsc through direct entry. (4 years)
- Acquiring my RM certificate through post basic midwifery ( 1yr 6mths) and use the time to get prepared financially for the transition process.
Honestly, the thought of spending for another 4 years in a Nigerian university is terrifying, considering the hassles attached to it.
Please, I need a second opinion. Your response will be really appreciated.

Cameroon has 1 year BSc Nursing( online& offline)
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by yunqdady: 9:36am On Jan 20
vickyehi:

I dont get whats racist about this post
He hates whites and anything western
He's a black American. A pan Africanist.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 7:43pm On Jan 20
yunqdady:

He hates whites and anything western
He's a black American. A pan Africanist.
If u say so.....meaning u know him personally and not just this post.

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