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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jara1: 9:09am On May 30
barbiee:

I already answered this query in a pm but let me just state it here again incase anybody is in this same situation now or in the future.

1. It is impossible to get nmcn to alter the register because of your mistake. The only exception is if they made the error on their part during documentation and you can prove it that you gave them the right details in the beginning. If you intentionally submitted a wrong date of birth during licensing then be prepared to continue with it because bringing their attention to it may cause you more harm than good. In simple terms, you risk losing your registration for falsifying information.

2. Now that you know the type of mess you are in, how do you fix it?
- you have to start on a clean slate. Simple.
Change the date on your international passport and any other relevant document you have and start a new application with the date on your nursing license. It's going to be a long and expensive journey so be prepared.
P.s.. Its sad that this is the way to move forward in this case. because of one mistake, everything becomes mistakes. If only nmcn will be receptive to changing some things like birth dates then our lives will be more easier.




I just saw this....same question I asked....why are they hard on the date of birth...its well.I will have to do another passport
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jara1: 9:28am On May 30
Barbiedoll1:

Thanks for the clarification.

Good day barbie...mind if I chat with u on what's app.thanx
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by zeezaa(f): 12:15pm On May 30
sgtponzihater1:

Tried few agencies, none have come through for the past 1month.
Try MSI, they are quick.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by sgtponzihater1(m): 12:15pm On May 30
zeezaa:


Try MSI, they are quick.

Thanks dear
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 8:06pm On May 30
zeezaa:


Try MSI, they are quick.
Noted
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jara1: 8:19pm On May 30
Hello Mrs barbie.I want to chat with you privately. Thank you
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by michelleonline(f): 8:36pm On May 30
barbiee:

I already answered this query in a pm but let me just state it here again incase anybody is in this same situation now or in the future.

1. It is impossible to get nmcn to alter the register because of your mistake. The only exception is if they made the error on their part during documentation and you can prove it that you gave them the right details in the beginning. If you intentionally submitted a wrong date of birth during licensing then be prepared to continue with it because bringing their attention to it may cause you more harm than good. In simple terms, you risk losing your registration for falsifying information.

2. Now that you know the type of mess you are in, how do you fix it?
- you have to start on a clean slate. Simple.
Change the date on your international passport and any other relevant document you have and start a new application with the date on your nursing license. It's going to be a long and expensive journey so be prepared.
P.s.. Its sad that this is the way to move forward in this case. because of one mistake, everything becomes mistakes. If only nmcn will be receptive to changing some things like birth dates then our lives will be more easier.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jara1: 9:09pm On May 30
michelleonline:



Guess I was lucky then!!


Please share your testimony
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jara1: 9:10pm On May 30
I sent a message via email.plz reply


Please share your testimony[/quote]
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by michelleonline(f): 9:17pm On May 30
Jara1:
I sent a message via email.plz reply


Please share your testimony

Hi
I've replied your mail.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Jara1: 10:41pm On May 30
michelleonline:


Hi
I've replied your mail.

Are u yoruba? If no,then I haven't seen ur mail
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vallerylyn: 12:36am On May 31
Good morning, everyone!
Please If someone has a BSc degree in a science course then got admission via direct entry into nursing and obtain BNSc. Will he gain points for Bachelors OR two or more certificates under educational qualification?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Adayoung(f): 9:06am On May 31
zeezaa:


Try MSI, they are quick.
Can one use different agencies at the same time ?
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 9:36am On May 31
vallerylyn:
Good morning, everyone!
Please If someone has a BSc degree in a science course then got admission via direct entry into nursing and obtain BNSc. Will he gain points for Bachelors OR two or more certificates under educational qualification?
That's 2 or more certificates
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by zeezaa(f): 10:54am On May 31
Adayoung:
Can one use different agencies at the same time ?
Yes, but don't accept job two job offers from different agencies.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by duchessmojisola: 3:15pm On May 31
Shollyolaj2:
Thanks a bunch ��


Visit identogo website,input your information like height, skin color, etc.submit the form online and pay for the service with your debit card.Print the payment slip generated on the platform or in your mail box.Get a finger print form either from the board or from amazon.
Get someone to put you through don't allow the forms to rumble or rough, take it to police station and request for fingerprint section.Your fingers will placed on a board with ink and then pasted on your forms.Put the forms with the print out you generated in an envelope. Don't forgery to write out the address of the. Company on the back of the envelope which is on the print out you got after payment. Courier it and tell them not to rough handle it.
Hope this is helpful
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Nobody: 8:18pm On May 31
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Chrisnerry: 9:55pm On Jun 01
Please does anyone know any WhatsApp group I can join to help in practicing for ielts
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Electroweb(m): 11:03am On Jun 02
vickyehi:

that's why I prefer to do it through someone because it takes at least half that time.

Hello Vickyehi,
Can you also link me up with someone reliable in NMCN in Abuja to speed up my nursing license verification?

Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 5:04pm On Jun 02
Electroweb:


Hello Vickyehi,
Can you also link me up with someone reliable in NMCN in Abuja to speed up my nursing license verification?

Thanks
PM me
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by omololaglo: 8:05pm On Jun 03
If you would like to work as medical doctors and nurses in Oman (an Arab country close to Dubai) .
kindly visit the website below to register for Oman prometrics test and you must score minimum of 65%
https://www.prometric.com/en-us/clients/omsb/Pages/landing.aspx
and look for medical jobs in Oman or contact for assistance .
You can start your career from there , and after some years in Oman , you can easily apply for Canada or UK medical jobs and it will be more easier to get, and medical doctors and nurses salary in Arab countries is good as well
I also have the past exam questions to practice, you can pm or check my signature.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by THUNDER4real(m): 12:32am On Jun 05
vickyehi:


This is true so that's why it's best to have someone you know with the agency and to know what your contract with them states.
1....This means that know what consequences you would face if you decide to stop working for them at any point before the end of your contract.
2......Avoid companies that want you to sign long contracts. For me I think 2years is the maximum I can go.
3......if you are in Nigeria get your green card approved before leaving(which is the only route sha)
4.......know what they pay in your area because pay for RNs varies from state to state. So far westways staffing is the highest paying agency I have seen/heard of. They start with as high as 30/hr depending on your place of assignment it can go as much as in the high 40s.
Please, do you know if Westways staffing refund some of the money spent in Nclex journey? or do you know agencies who do. Thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by vickyehi: 2:13am On Jun 05
THUNDER4real:
Please, do you know if Westways staffing refund some of the money spent in Nclex journey? or do you know agencies who do. Thanks

Westways has individual negotiation with each candidate. So they may pay for some things for Mr A which they didnt do for Mr B.
However their contract doesnt necessarily stipulate that they would cover those expenses.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by THUNDER4real(m): 2:16am On Jun 05
vickyehi:


Westways has individual negotiation with each candidate. So they may pay for some things for Mr A which they didnt do for Mr B.
However their contract doesnt necessarily stipulate that they would cover those expenses.
okay thanks
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anthney87: 2:06pm On Jun 06
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.

My wife has done the pre registration process with new Zealand and she has been approved by o continue to full registration with the midwifery council. I see good things ahead.

Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by anthney87: 2:08pm On Jun 06
this is the message I got. I still need explanation on it please.

Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by ecoleco: 2:46pm On Jun 06
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Snow1(f): 9:16pm On Jun 06
Got my Nclex, thinking of signing up with passport usa, they have been following me up and responding to my mails.
Avant: send Email, it will take 3 to 5 days for response.
OGP: said I should look for 200 bedded hospital, I am like "you guys are insane". OGP is not serious, maybe they have a lot nurses with them.
I noticed most of these top recruiting agency are doing shakara..they have benefited and gotten a lot of profits.

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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Iamemblem(m): 11:40pm On Jun 06
For the hardcopy or just soft copies?



ecoleco:
Saunders Series is known to be the most comprehensive study pack for passing the NCLEX exam.


<<YOU GET ALL THREE BOOKS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!!>>

Total price of all three books is about $120 on Amazon.

Add shipping price to Nigeria and you would be paying more than $150!!

Use these links to confirm this price;

https://www.amazon.com/Saunders-Comprehensive-NCLEX-RN%C2%AE-Examination-Nclex-Rn/dp/0323358519/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_14_t_0?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=WCSC81Y48JRQRG0ZGBEV

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YES JUST $50!!

Inbox me on hisoffshoot@gmail.com if you need copies!


Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Theyoungmatron: 8:55am On Jun 07
Snow1:
Got my Nclex, thinking of signing up with passport usa, they have been following me up and responding to my mails.
Avant: send Email, it will take 3 to 5 days for response.
OGP: said I should look for 200 bedded hospital, I am like "you guys are insane". OGP is not serious, maybe they have a lot nurses with them.
I noticed most of these top recruiting agency are doing shakara..they have benefited and gotten a lot of profits.
Please update us on the one you later signed up with. About to write NCLEX.
Try WESTWAYS STAFFING SERVICES, INTERSTAFF, ADEX MEDICAL STAFFING AND SHEARWATER HEALTH.
Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Nobody: 9:42am On Jun 07
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Re: Nigerian Nurses And Midwives With The Dream Of Working Abroad Let's Meet Here. by Snow1(f): 11:56am On Jun 07
Theyoungmatron:
Please update us on the one you later signed up with. About to write NCLEX.
Try WESTWAYS STAFFING SERVICES, INTERSTAFF, ADEX MEDICAL STAFFING AND SHEARWATER HEALTH.
My IELTS result will be out next week, I believe I will pass it. I think I will apply also to WEST WAYS, but from research, they seem not to reimburse parts of the Nclex journey.
SHEAR WATER HEALTH: I think they are good, unfortunately my recruiter assigned to me wasn't friendly, can't explain and didn't follow up my mails. I had to leave them.
INTERSTAFF: Have booked for Skype interview, however have been postponing it.
ADEX: Have not applied.


The actual truth: Before sponsoring myself for Nclex, many people were like "the agencies will reimburse you"...This is a CAPITAL LIE, they will just reimburse parts. Only 1or 2 might reimburse the trans-fare to write Nclex, which I believe is where I spent the bulk money.

If someone has posted this, I would have prepared my mind better.
Many won't understand, till you pass Nclex and come to a fix like me, looking for agency that will reimburse the trans-fare....lolz

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