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    I am going to do a Midwifery Degree, and I wanted to know that if I passed would I be able to register and work in America? This is something I have been thinking about for a while but I can't ifnd anyting anywhere on the internet so if anybody knows whether I could practise I would be very grateful.
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    The chances of you working in the USA unless you're a US Citizen/Dual Citizen of the US is very slim. The US have their own Midwife courses so why would they spend thousands on a visa for you when they have a pool of readily available midwives, US trained, ready to start today if they wished them to?

    Sorry for being harsh, just being realistic for you!
 
 
 
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