Nurses4America are the experts in helping nurses immigrate to the USA. We offer comprehensive online NCLEX-RN training and licensing assistance to help you get approval to sit the NCLEX-RN exam and pass it the first time. Our expert licensing team is on hand to guide you through the entire licensing process from start to finish. They will help you avoid the pitfalls of the US RN licensing system, and will endeavour to get your approval to sit the NCLEX-RN exam as quickly as possible!
While you are waiting for your NCLEX-RN exam approval, you should study using our fantastic online training program. Over 80% of our students who take the NCLEX-RN exam, pass it the first time!
Once you have passed the NCLEX-RN exam you will become an American registered nurse. Then our US employers can interview you and offer you a nursing job. They have nursing jobs across all 50 States of America. Our employers offer a fantastic range of benefits, including housing and relocation assistance, meet and greet, excellent salary and great insurance and 401K packages. Once you have signed the employment contract they will manage the whole legal immigration process to sponsor you and your family for a Green Card. You and your family should get your Green Card within 12-18 months.
You could also receive up to USD$16,500 bonus once you have started working as a nurse in America!
Nurses 4 America are pleased to offer four training packages to suit your needs. It is highly recommended that you choose the Gold Package for your enrolment. With this complete package you will be provided at least 12 months of NCLEX-RN Online training, complete assistance with your US nursing licensing, and as a FREE bonus we will submit your resume (C.V) to our American Registered Nurse employers.
If you want to try a free demo of our NCLEX TRAINING for 7 days, Click here.
Please read this before enrolling with Nurses 4 America!
You must be a Registered Nurse in ANY country – this means you have passed your nursing exams in your home country and are able to work as an RN. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.