The author of this blog is Jasmin Zaman. Jasmin is a registered nurse in New York City at the Mount Sinai Hospital. She is an cardiothoracic ICU nurse on her way to CRNA school. On her free time she enjoys trying new food spots, traveling, lifting weights, online shopping, and connecting with people. She is of Bengali and Filipino descent, and loves everything about both worlds.
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Nice to meet you.
I’m Kana from Japan. i just found your nice blog:) your blog has so much info which is very helpful to people!
i would like to ask you something.
I was born and live in Japan. i used to live in San Diego as a college student but only for 3 years.
I’m now interested in studying nursing to be a nurse.
and hopefully working in U.S.
but when i search how to be a nurse in U.S., it seems so challenging to me because I’m NOT a U.S citizen.(money issues, languages barriers, Visa problems etc..)
i know there is no easy way to be a nurse, effort is always a key. but i was wondering if you know anyone who is facing same situation as me or anyone who is international and be a nurse in U.S.
any info would help me:)
Thank you for the kind words! Well, I know my mom who was international and got her license in the Philippines did it! And plenty of others.. I think the best way is to get your nursing degree in Japan and apply for a fellowship program in the US and try to get sponsored by the hospital you will be applying to. You may also have to take the NCLEX here in the US.
I dont know anyone else who did it by applying internationally. Im sorry =(