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    Hello,

    If Trump becomes president, my British husband and I are moving to England. My dilemma is, I am an American citizen and need to change that first to become a citizen of the UK. He has been in the US for 8 years now. I don't know what is transferrable or what I need to do transfer and what id the equivalent of an AA in nursing ( Associates Degree) ? What courses are required and is there reciprocity? I find the process daunting. Thanks for your uncomplicated, detailed information
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    I'm pretty sure nursing is very desired skill over here, not sure if this helps in any way but remember you can live here without being a British citizen
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    (Original post by Ukusagirl)
    Hello,

    If Trump becomes president, my British husband and I are moving to England. My dilemma is, I am an American citizen and need to change that first to become a citizen of the UK. He has been in the US for 8 years now. I don't know what is transferrable or what I need to do transfer and what id the equivalent of an AA in nursing ( Associates Degree) ? What courses are required and is there reciprocity? I find the process daunting. Thanks for your uncomplicated, detailed information
    You might want to try the "Health and emergency services" forum
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=513
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    unfortunately LPN is not recognised at all in theUK and those RNs without a BSN will have a great deal of difficutly in proving that their course centent is adequate, even then some BSN graduates are having to do extra hours over and above the minimums for converting overseas registration as they don;t have sufficient placement hours (2300) in their pre-reg course.
 
 
 
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