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Nurse RN Forum – Board ordered nurse: [QUOTE who="dontsue in Waco, Texas"]Well…

[QUOTE who="dontsue in Waco, Texas"]Well how about you do something else because I get the feeling California board is not going to let you off the hook. They specialize in nurse destruction and since the reason you moved was family related how about you just focus on that? I am surprised that you went there without figuring out the work landscape first. if you still have license in Michigan did you consider Indian health service which takes any state license? Hrsa.gov You don’t have to be licensed in the state you are in.[/QUOTE] I did consider the ‘work landscape’. I started the application process for a California license in January of 2015 and didn’t move until December of 2015. I got tired of waiting for the process to unfold and was missing my son and granddaughter. I have a pension that I live on and am now working as a caregiver for $ 10-12/ hour. I am managing but feel like I should continue to try to get my California license. I worked hard to become an RN and I’m good at what I do. I’m not going to let a bunch of bureaucrats take that away from me. I’ve looked into Indian Health Services and there is nothing available within a reasonable distance. If all else fails I’ll consider the VA.
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