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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 8:51pm On Oct 24
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 4:47pm On Oct 26
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by desy24444(m): 8:20pm On Oct 26
Mastermindx:


Breast, beast or what
I don't understand
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 3:06pm On Oct 27
desy24444:
"The beast has been defeated" all thanks to God
wow congratulations
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 3:07pm On Oct 27
Austinjeffy:
Please what of other profession like chemist? Any link on how to apply?

Hello house,
This post is about Nigerian Midwives who wish to apply to and work as a Registered midwife in New Zealand.
It is strictly for holders of Basic Midwifery certificate. That is, you studied Midwifery for 3yeara and got registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
You must have worked for at least 3 years.
New Zealand offers good opportunuties for foreign midwives. A newly employed midwife in New Zealand earns 47000 New Zealand dollar per year. That's about 11,600,000 naira.
I will give a step by step procedure
1. Complete a three years Basic Midwifery study and get registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
2. Get a valid (not expired) international passport ready. This cost around 25,000 naira from any immigration office near you.
2. At this point I advise you open a dollar account in any Nigerian bank so you can easily pay for your application and registration fee to New Zealand Midwifery Council. Don't panic. Its not difficult to open. Just go to aboki buy US$10 with 3500 naira. Go with your intl passport, electricity bill, 2 passport photographs to FCMB bank and they will do it for you. When you are ready to apply to New Zealand Midwifery Council, you must buy dollar from aboki and pay into this account to cover the amount you want to pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council. You need this because you can't pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council with your naira atm card.
3. Log in to
www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz/midwives/becoming-registered-practise/internationally-qualified-midwives-application-guidelines to study the guidelines.
4. With your valid valid license and intl passport ready and your dollar account funded with at least US$200, you Log in to www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz and create an account in their website. You will be given a username and password which you will need to Log in anytime. Click on 'Apply' and select 'Oversea' and fill the form.
Select 'Assessment fee'. This is because your documents will be assessed first before proper registration. Assessment fee is 250 New Zealand dollar, about 62,000 naira.
On payment option, select credit card and fill in the details on your dollar account atm card.
If they confirm your credentials to be true, they will give you decision letter to pay for your registration and license. This cost 750 New Zealand dollar, about 186,000 naira.
5. After filling the form online, you will be asked to print out two forms. You will take one to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to fill and send directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
6. You will send the following documents by post to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council,
Level 5,
22 Willeston Street,
Wellington Central,
Wellington 6011,
New Zealand.
- A photocopy of the data page of your intl passport
- Photocopy of your RM Notification of Registration
- Certificate of Good Standing. This with be sent by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council. NMCN charges around 10,000 naira for this.
7. Your CV signed and dated. It must also state names, full addresses of all health facilities/clinics/hospitals you have worked, your position, ward and explain the functions of that ward/unit.
8. Meet the Principal of your school of Midwifery and ask them to send your transcripts to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council
Tell your Principal to add that your studies were conducted and you were examined in English language. This is very important. If this is not stated, you will be required to sit and take IELTS test.
9. Get a reference letter from one of your former or current employer stating your Midwifery ability and conduct.
Another reference letter can come from a person of high standing but not related to you. You will add it in the documents you will send to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
10. Get a medical certificate of physical and mental fitness from a government hospital.
11. Fill the Self Assessment Against Competencies form. This is the second form you printed from New Zealand Midwifery Council website. You are required to have conducted at least 30 deliveries by yourself, 20 as assistants and 50 as observer. You will answer some questions on antenatal, postnatal, episiotomy, deliveries, medical surgical nursing, etc.
12. Photocopy of your WAEC/NECO. Ask your school to give you a testimonial stating your academic background and conduct. Your secondary school must state that English was the medium of study and you were examined in English language. This is the condition New Zealand Midwifery Council accepts to exempt you from taking IELTS.
12. First School Leaving Certificate.
13. Completed and printed online application form from New Zealand Midwifery Council website.
Note: all Photocopies must be notarised by a solicitor. He must print his name, Complete address, phone number, rank/designation and state 'I certify this document a true copy of their originals' on each documents. If this is not done, it will be rejected. So get a lawyer do that.
Mail all documents to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council in the address stated above.
If you have further questions on registration and licensing, pls write to New Zealand Midwifery Council via info@midwiferycouncil.health.nz
After your qualification is assessed and New Zealand Midwifery Council informs you, the next step is to look for Midwives recruitment agency in New Zealand.
They will assist you get a job while you are still in Nigeria.
They will file application for your work permit, pay your visa fee, your flight ticket, receive you on arrival in New Zealand and arrange an accommodation for you. You will sign a contract to work for them for 2 or 3 years. This does not affect your salary oo.
If you are married, they can sponsor you, your husband and one child or you and two children without your husband.
If you have further questions on Sponsorship, pls write:
info@accent.net.nz
Or
enquiries@tonix.co.nz
Or
info@medacs.co.nz
Thanks. My fingers ache.

copied.
Nice work. cheesy
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by qudrat(f): 4:01pm On Oct 27
Barbie,pls send me the CBT materials to me on Whatsapp...08077497799.Thanks a bunch.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by ToyosiR(f): 3:59pm On Oct 29
Hi Nurses,

My sister's
barbiee:
Nice work. cheesy
Austinjeffy:
Please what of other profession like chemist? Any link on how to apply?

Hello house,
This post is about Nigerian Midwives who wish to apply to and work as a Registered midwife in New Zealand.
It is strictly for holders of Basic Midwifery certificate. That is, you studied Midwifery for 3yeara and got registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
You must have worked for at least 3 years.
New Zealand offers good opportunuties for foreign midwives. A newly employed midwife in New Zealand earns 47000 New Zealand dollar per year. That's about 11,600,000 naira.
I will give a step by step procedure
1. Complete a three years Basic Midwifery study and get registered and licensed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria.
2. Get a valid (not expired) international passport ready. This cost around 25,000 naira from any immigration office near you.
2. At this point I advise you open a dollar account in any Nigerian bank so you can easily pay for your application and registration fee to New Zealand Midwifery Council. Don't panic. Its not difficult to open. Just go to aboki buy US$10 with 3500 naira. Go with your intl passport, electricity bill, 2 passport photographs to FCMB bank and they will do it for you. When you are ready to apply to New Zealand Midwifery Council, you must buy dollar from aboki and pay into this account to cover the amount you want to pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council. You need this because you can't pay to New Zealand Midwifery Council with your naira atm card.
3. Log in to
www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz/midwives/becoming-registered-practise/internationally-qualified-midwives-application-guidelines to study the guidelines.
4. With your valid valid license and intl passport ready and your dollar account funded with at least US$200, you Log in to www.midwiferycouncil.health.nz and create an account in their website. You will be given a username and password which you will need to Log in anytime. Click on 'Apply' and select 'Oversea' and fill the form.
Select 'Assessment fee'. This is because your documents will be assessed first before proper registration. Assessment fee is 250 New Zealand dollar, about 62,000 naira.
On payment option, select credit card and fill in the details on your dollar account atm card.
If they confirm your credentials to be true, they will give you decision letter to pay for your registration and license. This cost 750 New Zealand dollar, about 186,000 naira.
5. After filling the form online, you will be asked to print out two forms. You will take one to Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria to fill and send directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
6. You will send the following documents by post to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council,
Level 5,
22 Willeston Street,
Wellington Central,
Wellington 6011,
New Zealand.
- A photocopy of the data page of your intl passport
- Photocopy of your RM Notification of Registration
- Certificate of Good Standing. This with be sent by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria directly to New Zealand Midwifery Council. NMCN charges around 10,000 naira for this.
7. Your CV signed and dated. It must also state names, full addresses of all health facilities/clinics/hospitals you have worked, your position, ward and explain the functions of that ward/unit.
8. Meet the Principal of your school of Midwifery and ask them to send your transcripts to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council
Tell your Principal to add that your studies were conducted and you were examined in English language. This is very important. If this is not stated, you will be required to sit and take IELTS test.
9. Get a reference letter from one of your former or current employer stating your Midwifery ability and conduct.
Another reference letter can come from a person of high standing but not related to you. You will add it in the documents you will send to New Zealand Midwifery Council.
10. Get a medical certificate of physical and mental fitness from a government hospital.
11. Fill the Self Assessment Against Competencies form. This is the second form you printed from New Zealand Midwifery Council website. You are required to have conducted at least 30 deliveries by yourself, 20 as assistants and 50 as observer. You will answer some questions on antenatal, postnatal, episiotomy, deliveries, medical surgical nursing, etc.
12. Photocopy of your WAEC/NECO. Ask your school to give you a testimonial stating your academic background and conduct. Your secondary school must state that English was the medium of study and you were examined in English language. This is the condition New Zealand Midwifery Council accepts to exempt you from taking IELTS.
12. First School Leaving Certificate.
13. Completed and printed online application form from New Zealand Midwifery Council website.
Note: all Photocopies must be notarised by a solicitor. He must print his name, Complete address, phone number, rank/designation and state 'I certify this document a true copy of their originals' on each documents. If this is not done, it will be rejected. So get a lawyer do that.
Mail all documents to:
New Zealand Midwifery Council in the address stated above.
If you have further questions on registration and licensing, pls write to New Zealand Midwifery Council via info@midwiferycouncil.health.nz
After your qualification is assessed and New Zealand Midwifery Council informs you, the next step is to look for Midwives recruitment agency in New Zealand.
They will assist you get a job while you are still in Nigeria.
They will file application for your work permit, pay your visa fee, your flight ticket, receive you on arrival in New Zealand and arrange an accommodation for you. You will sign a contract to work for them for 2 or 3 years. This does not affect your salary oo.
If you are married, they can sponsor you, your husband and one child or you and two children without your husband.
If you have further questions on Sponsorship, pls write:
info@accent.net.nz
Or
enquiries@tonix.co.nz
Or
info@medacs.co.nz
Thanks. My fingers ache.

copied.

I would have love my sister to do this but her case is different. I will appreciate any advice or assistance from here.

She graduated from International University, Bamenda (IUB) Cameroon. She have Cameroon nursing license but when she came back to Nigeria, she was told they have banned francophone countries from adaptation. Which country can she go with the Cameroon Licence and how do we go about it.

Any assistance will be appreciated.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by wondafl: 10:28am On Oct 30
Hello all. I have been a silent plus lazy followers of this thread for a long while. Kudus to my inspirers mamajaz, incredible, barbie and co. I have a bnsc. I would really love to relocate. The processes seem complicated, long and scary to me. I am finding it hard determining which location between canada, US and UK to pursue. Considering the canada express entry , the proof of funds gives me chills( as i no get money) in considering the USA I Just registered with shearwater health but yet to sign contract ( as i want to be sure if it has my best interest compared to other agencies such as avant). Considering the Uk i am preparing for IELETS but some1 said UK nurses are not well paid compared to US and canada and that tax for hubby and children will cut my neck. My people sorry for long post i need advice, motivation and suggestions. Please between UK, USA and canada which has the highest and lowest benefit for nurses in terms of cost of living, salaries and other parameters. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Adwoa816: 1:35pm On Oct 31
Good day colleagues. Pls I am planning to do my credential evaluation. Pls Is it important for me to certify my senior high school certificate .
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by phyqtour: 12:02pm On Nov 03
wondafl:
Hello all. I have been a silent plus lazy followers of this thread for a long while. Kudus to my inspirers mamajaz, incredible, barbie and co. I have a bnsc. I would really love to relocate. The processes seem complicated, long and scary to me. I am finding it hard determining which location between canada, US and UK to pursue. Considering the canada express entry , the proof of funds gives me chills( as i no get money) in considering the USA I Just registered with shearwater health but yet to sign contract ( as i want to be sure if it has my best interest compared to other agencies such as avant). Considering the Uk i am preparing for IELETS but some1 said UK nurses are not well paid compared to US and canada and that tax for hubby and children will cut my neck. My people sorry for long post i need advice, motivation and suggestions. Please between UK, USA and canada which has the highest and lowest benefit for nurses in terms of cost of living, salaries and other parameters. Thanks
I think UK nurses are well paid, but UK is not filled with much opportunities for nurses like US. US on the other hand is filled with various options, opportunities and specialties for nurses to choose from, but i think the main problem is the new Trump's immigration policies. Well, Canada may not be as interesting as the other two but I guess the pay over there can be quite cool, but another thing is language issue in case you're not familiar with French.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 4:57pm On Nov 05
phyqtour:
I think UK nurses are well paid, but UK is not filled with much opportunities for nurses like US. US on the other hand is filled with various options, opportunities and specialties for nurses to choose from, but i think the main problem is the new Trump's immigration policies. Well, Canada may not be as interesting as the other two but I guess the pay over there can be quite cool, but another thing is language issue in case you're not familiar with French.
Inshort, everyone should stay back? Mba. Once I finish, I run away.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Gozi2017: 3:17pm On Nov 07
wondafl:
Hello all. I have been a silent plus lazy followers of this thread for a long while. Kudus to my inspirers mamajaz, incredible, barbie and co. I have a bnsc. I would really love to relocate. The processes seem complicated, long and scary to me. I am finding it hard determining which location between canada, US and UK to pursue. Considering the canada express entry , the proof of funds gives me chills( as i no get money) in considering the USA I Just registered with shearwater health but yet to sign contract ( as i want to be sure if it has my best interest compared to other agencies such as avant). Considering the Uk i am preparing for IELETS but some1 said UK nurses are not well paid compared to US and canada and that tax for hubby and children will cut my neck. My people sorry for long post i need advice, motivation and suggestions. Please between UK, USA and canada which has the highest and lowest benefit for nurses in terms of cost of living, salaries and other parameters. Thanks

If your plan is to leave as soon as possible,I will suggest you go for UK,the process is fast and easy.,with agencies willing to assist.most agencies for US are now doing shakara.
From UK you cab pursue US or Canada,those are expensive and more tideous.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 9:05pm On Nov 07
Adwoa816:
Good day colleagues. Pls I am planning to do my credential evaluation. Pls Is it important for me to certify my senior high school certificate .
No its not
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by barbiee: 9:08pm On Nov 07
ToyosiR:
Hi Nurses,

My sister's

I would have love my sister to do this but her case is different. I will appreciate any advice or assistance from here.

She graduated from International University, Bamenda (IUB) Cameroon. She have Cameroon nursing license but when she came back to Nigeria, she was told they have banned francophone countries from adaptation. Which country can she go with the Cameroon Licence and how do we go about it.

Any assistance will be appreciated.
I think she should call the Nursing board or nursing council of Cameroon and ask them this question. She ll be given first hand information straight from the source.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by phyqtour: 7:46am On Nov 08
camobri:

Inshort, everyone should stay back? Mba. Once I finish, I run away.
it seems you're really frustrated about Nigeria �, are you a student nurse?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 2:23pm On Nov 08
phyqtour:
it seems you're really frustrated about Nigeria �, are you a student nurse?
Yep. Student.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by phyqtour: 11:06am On Nov 09
camobri:

Yep. Student.
it seems quite a lot of students like us have a dream of working as a nurse abroad. Is Nigeria that bad?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 12:27pm On Nov 09
phyqtour:
it seems quite a lot of students like us have a dream of working as a nurse abroad. Is Nigeria that bad?
Infact, thats why many are rushing into the profession. Lol. Many of them think once you finish. U would just land the abroad job without exams.
Im just looking at them. Yea, Nigeria is bad for every profession. If I Can't migrate, I would ultimately look for lecturing work. Can't do the poo they call nursing work in Nigeria, much more, as a guy.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by MamaTheMama: 1:36pm On Nov 09
wow, are you indeed a nurse, that you call your profession a poo.True, nurses are under valued in the Nigerian society, yet you are suppose to be proud of what you do. I tell people nursing is lucrative, but if you are in it for money, then you will only end up frustrated and intimidated. It is always such nurses that start superiority war with doctors. Nurses are unique and not on the same league with doctors because we are higher intellectually, morally and socially. Nurses ashould never feel they are lesser than doctors or act as a doctor or wannabe a medical doctor. Do you ever see a doctor act like a nurse? I bet no. When you are unique and true to your profession, people will respect and honour you. Whether your pay is low or not, being a nurse alone should make you feel like a king, because nurses are Kings. Wear your profession like a royal regalia, and see many bow at your feet. Make other medical professionals jealous of you that they wanna be like you.When you speak, speak with knowledge, and see your words taken as authority; when you act, act skillfully and professionally that othersuse you as a yardstick in their doings. My greatest reward so far as a nurse, is when I look into my client's eyes and I see the appreciation/ gratitude, then I know I have made a difference in someone's life. Ask yourself, what do you achieve at the end of each shift you take, what difference have you made in your patient's life on your shift, other than, medication administered, I/O monitored, report and handover notes written?
All these abroad nursing, we are all aspiring to do, is built on the fundamental principles of simple empathy, autonomy, benevolence, knowledge and skills. As a qualified nurse in Nigeria, what have you brought to the table? I AM A PROUD NURSE AND WILL BE A NURSE AGAIN AND AGAIN IN ANOTHER LIFETIME. Goodluck to us all in our search for greener pasture, but Nursing is never a poo, even in Nigeria.


camobri:

Infact, thats why many are rushing into the profession. Lol. Many of them think once you finish. U would just land the abroad job without exams.
Im just looking at them. Yea, Nigeria is bad for every profession. If I Can't migrate, I would ultimately look for lecturing work. Can't do the poo they call nursing work in Nigeria, much more, as a guy.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 2:18pm On Nov 09
MamaTheMama:
wow, are you indeed a nurse, that you call your profession a poo.True, nurses are under valued in the Nigerian society, yet you are suppose to be proud of what you do. I tell people nursing is lucrative, but if you are in it for money, then you will only end up frustrated and intimidated. It is always such nurses that start superiority war with doctors. Nurses are unique and not on the same league with doctors because we are higher intellectually, morally and socially. Nurses ashould never feel they are lesser than doctors or act as a doctor or wannabe a medical doctor. Do you ever see a doctor act like a nurse? I bet no. When you are unique and true to your profession, people will respect and honour you. Whether your pay is low or not, being a nurse alone should make you feel like a king, because nurses are Kings. Wear your profession like a royal regalia, and see many bow at your feet. Make other medical professionals jealous of you that they wanna be like you.When you speak, speak with knowledge, and see your words taken as authority; when you act, act skillfully and professionally that othersuse you as a yardstick in their doings. My greatest reward so far as a nurse, is when I look into my client's eyes and I see the appreciation/ gratitude, then I know I have made a difference in someone's life. Ask yourself, what do you achieve at the end of each shift you take, what difference have you made in your patient's life on your shift, other than, medication administered, I/O monitored, report and handover notes written?
All these abroad nursing, we are all aspiring to do, is built on the fundamental principles of simple empathy, autonomy, benevolence, knowledge and skills. As a qualified nurse in Nigeria, what have you brought to the table? I AM A PROUD NURSE AND WILL BE A NURSE AGAIN AND AGAIN IN ANOTHER LIFETIME. Goodluck to us all in our search for greener pasture, but Nursing is never a poo, even in Nigeria.



Nursing in Nigeria is poo! I woyld never practice except the compulsory internship. I said what I said, you cannot change my opinion and never did I say I was un proud of my profession. Nigeria is poo, everything is shitty. Abeg.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by phyqtour: 11:25pm On Nov 09
camobri:


Nursing in Nigeria is poo! I woyld never practice except the compulsory internship. I said what I said, you cannot change my opinion and never did I say I was un proud of my profession. Nigeria is poo, everything is shitty. Abeg.
Wow! That's a great deal of temper right there. I totally understand what you said. It's only in Nigeria that you'll see a RN beefing another nurse just because the nurse has a BNSC certificate or a matron seeing a BNSC student as a competition or a threat. And we're complaining nursing in Nigeria is not moving forward. That's a poo indeed.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by camobri: 7:01am On Nov 10
phyqtour:
Wow! That's a great deal of temper right there. I totally understand what you said. It's only in Nigeria that you'll see a RN beefing another nurse just because the nurse has a BNSC certificate or a matron seeing a BNSC student as a competition or a threat. And we're complaining nursing in Nigeria is not moving forward. That's a poo indeed.
You get it. the person kwoting me must have been out of Naija for long and oblivious of happenings at home.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Rubygrace: 10:56am On Nov 12
Hello Barbiee,

Thank you for this. I just got my CES report from CGFNS and i registered for Texas, now i don't know what step to follow, a colleague of mine said i have to register with Texas board of nursing and get my finger print ready which i am aware of but she said that i have to pay another money to Nursing council Nigeria for another Verification and that is not sitting pretty with me, kindly advise on what to do. I thought CGFNS already has that(verification)

Thank you.

barbiee:
STEP 6: SELECT CREDENTIALS IN REPORT.

In this step, you have to choose the credentials you want to send to cgfns.

Under license information, Click on Registered Nurse
Under transcript information, Click on your school of nursing

Click[b] Next[/b]


STEP 7: CREDENTIAL EVALUATION INFORMATION



This includes confirming the recipient/recipients you want the cgfns report to be sent to.

Click Next.


STEP 8: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CGFNS CONNECT CREDENTIALS EVALUATION SERVICE

Read it through then Click Next.


STEP 9: ATTESTATION



I agree to the Terms and Conditions of the Credentials Evaluation Service outlined in Step 8. I certify that all information that CGFNS International has received as a part of this order now or in the past from me or from a third party on my behalf, is true and complete. I also certify that all documents which have been submitted to CGFNS for any purpose have not been falsified, altered or tampered with by any person. I understand that CGFNS and others will rely on this order and on the documents and information submitted, and that if any of the items are falsified, altered or tampered with, or if I alter a CGFNS Certificate or a CGFNS Report or misrepresent a copy as an original, CGFNS may take such disciplinary action against me as it deems appropriate, and the consequences could adversely affect my professional license, immigration status, employment and other matters, from which I release CGFNS from all liability.I authorize CGFNS to disclose the information and documents in this order, the status of my CGFNS Certificate, any reports or evaluations prepared by CGFNS, any other information obtained by CGFNS, and the results and reasons for any adverse action taken against me by CGFNS, to any person or organization I designate in writing or to any other recipient which CGFNS may determine has a legitimate interest in receiving the same, such as government agencies and potential employers. In submitting this order electronically, I affirm that by selecting the appropriate button below, my electronic signature is intended to be legally binding.


*I agree with and have read the above attestation: Click yes


Click Next
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Rubygrace: 11:36am On Nov 12
Hello AjaoSandra,

Please i need your advise. I just got my CES report from CGFNS and i registered for Texas, now i don't know what step to follow, a colleague of mine said i have to register with Texas board of nursing and get my finger print ready which i am aware of but she said that i have to pay another money to Nursing council Nigeria for another Verification and that is not sitting pretty with me, kindly advise on what to do. I thought CGFNS already has that(verification)

Thank you.

AjaoSandra:
Texas Board of Nursing actually sends you the standard FBI print cards 10 and a few more days after your application reaches them, You then enroll with identogo as an international candidate, to have the cards submitted to their mail after you have taken the prints with the law enforcement agent here in Naija, TEXAS BON have an exclusive contract with 'em .....cost of enrollment with them is 37dollars..... Then about the verification of your secondary school cert with cgfns for those applying with Texas, all they need is your sec school diploma, notarized copy of your WAEC result and testimonial should do that..... Recent updates from my end, as I progress through, would drop Info here for those pursing Texas too......lets help each other
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Babyvet: 2:40pm On Nov 12
camobri:


Nursing in Nigeria is poo! I woyld never practice except the compulsory internship. I said what I said, you cannot change my opinion and never did I say I was un proud of my profession. Nigeria is poo, everything is shitty. Abeg.

Lol, nursing in the US is much better than Nigeria but it’s not a bed of roses here either especially bedside nursing. In my area, there is massive turn over rate with nurses.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Mastermindx: 10:22pm On Nov 12
Babyvet:


Lol, nursing in the US is much better than Nigeria but it’s not a bed of roses here either especially bedside nursing. In my area, there is massive turn over rate with nurses.

Why do u always advice people against nursing and US in general?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Babyvet: 10:57pm On Nov 12
Mastermindx:


Why do u always advice people and nursing and US in general?

Because I’m in the nursing field and live in the us. Any problems?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Mastermindx: 11:08pm On Nov 12
Mastermindx:


Why do u always advice people against nursing and US in general?
Babyvet:


Because I’m in the nursing field and live in the us. Any problems?
I meant against
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Babyvet: 11:40pm On Nov 12
Mastermindx:

I meant against

Nope, read my previous posts, never advised anybody against moving to the US or nursing if it was feasible for them. Just giving realities. Life is not a bed of roses , no matter where you are.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by success2k7: 5:31am On Nov 13
Hello,

although your question wasn't directed at me specifically but I could be of help if wouldn't mind. U don't have to pay another money to Nursing Council of Nigeria for another verification, the one with CGFNS will suffice. And if I got you right, u said your CES report has already been issued by CGFNS, if that's the case, all u need to do now is to wait for TBON to send u ATT, u don't even need to contact them for that, they will do the needful.

I hope that helps!

Rubygrace:
Hello Barbiee,

Thank you for this. I just got my CES report from CGFNS and i registered for Texas, now i don't know what step to follow, a colleague of mine said i have to register with Texas board of nursing and get my finger print ready which i am aware of but she said that i have to pay another money to Nursing council Nigeria for another Verification and that is not sitting pretty with me, kindly advise on what to do. I thought CGFNS already has that(verification)

Thank you.

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