NCLEX Application Vermont with CES: How to apply
Here are some of the information on NCLEX Application at Vermont Board of Nursing for graduates of international nursing schools, including the Philippines.
- CES Report Application from CGFNS
- Vermont NCLEX Application Form
- Passport in lieu of SSN
- Payment thru money order, bankdraft.
- Vermont NCLEX Renewal is every odd year (e.g. 2011, 2013…)
- You can put your Vermont license in Inactive status.
If you want hassle-free Vermont NCLEX Application Processing, Nurse.Nonoy.Net recommends NEAC.
NEAC Nurse Exam Application Center can provide you what states require CES, CGFNS or English Proficiency Exam and also Criminal Background Check or Continuing Education Credits. Some states requires you to have U.S Social Security Number and unless you have one your application sent to those states won’t be process until you provide a SSN. The application fees submitted to those states may not be refundable which means you may loose the application fee sent. In addition to that NEAC provides information such as: what the projected nursing shortage the state you chose, its nurse salary ranking among 50 states, cost of living, Filipino population in that state, and the climate information for that state. Such information can help you to choose the best state that suits your goals. NEAC also prepares NCLEX applications and sends it to the U.S.
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about 2 years ago - 9 comments
Vermont Nurse NCLEX License Renewal is biennial, and will be due this March 31, 2011. But instead of renewing your license, Vermont Board of Nursing gives you the option of putting it in an Inactive status if you are not practicing or do not intend to practice nursing in Vermont. This is especially good provision for international nurses who are licensed in Vermont but not physically present to practice there, for it saves $90 of renewal fee every odd year.
about 2 years ago - 104 comments
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Complete list of Boards of Nursing in the United States. You can also check out their websites, mailing addresses and contact persons.
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NCLEX Application processing is a tedious task that would exhaust time and energy, and could cost you a lot of money if you don’t do it right. So why not find a credible and highly regarded NCLEX application center to do it for reasonable fees and devote your precious time and energy studying and passing the NCLEX test instead?
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