As the covid-19 pandemic rages on, vexing images of understaffed and struggling hospitals have become a common scenario. Consequently, the demand for skilled nurses and health workers have been on the rise in Canada. According to the statistics published, the country has seen a 56.9 percent increase in vacancies in the healthcare sector since the pandemic started.

This has presented an opportunity for skilled individuals with Bachelor degree in Nursing Science to immigrate to Canada and earn a respectable living. Having a state-of-the-art healthcare system, Canada is a lucrative destination for foreign nationals to seek growth as skilled nurses. Having specialist skills, nurses are widely sought after throughout the hospitals and medical institutions in the country for their service in operating theatres and emergency wards, especially during these troubled times. Nevertheless, there are some points that must be considered to get licensed to practice in Canada and settle there.

How does Allegiance help?
Allegiance Consultant Corp delivers you with all the support and guidance necessary to make this a smooth transition and help you achieve a successful career in any Canadian province. We have also expanded our services and assure respectable placements in other countries such as the UK.

Allegiance has several years of experience in immigrating talented nursing professionals from countries like India, the Philippines and other parts of the world. Also, Allegiance provides step-by-step guidance starting with registration for getting a license to getting hired and settling in Canada.

What is the process of becoming a licensed nurse in Canada?
To become a licensed nurse working in Canada, the first thing you will need to do is to register with the NNAS (National Nursing Assessment Service) by filling up an online form. In the form, you will be required to submit all the necessary details such as your demographics, educational qualification and professional experience for the past five years along with notary signed necessary documents. Also, you will need to register as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Registered Nurse (RN) or Registered Psychiatric Nurse (RPN). You will also need to provide proof of English or French language by appearing for the NCLEX or National Council Licensure Exam.
Why choose Canada for your nursing career?
An international nurse in Canada is offered a modest salary with 36 to 40 hours of working on a weekly basis. Also, you will receive a decent salary increment every year with bonuses. As a matter of fact, you will be provided with health coverage benefits after three months of the onset of your job. So, if you weigh in the benefits, a Nursing Career in Canada is truly unparalleled.
As the covid-19 pandemic rages on, vexing images of understaffed and struggling hospitals have become a common scenario. Consequently, the demand for skilled nurses and health workers have been on the rise in Canada. According to the statistics published, the country has seen a 56.9 percent increase in vacancies in the healthcare sector since the pandemic started.

This has presented an opportunity for skilled individuals with Bachelor degree in Nursing Science to immigrate to Canada and earn a respectable living. Having a state-of-the-art healthcare system, Canada is a lucrative destination for foreign nationals to seek growth as skilled nurses. Having specialist skills, nurses are widely sought after throughout the hospitals and medical institutions in the country for their service in operating theatres and emergency wards, especially during these troubled times. Nevertheless, there are some points that must be considered to get licensed to practice in Canada and settle there.

How does Allegiance help?
Allegiance Consultant Corp delivers you with all the support and guidance necessary to make this a smooth transition and help you achieve a successful career in any Canadian province. We have also expanded our services and assure respectable placements in other countries such as the UK.

Allegiance has several years of experience in immigrating talented nursing professionals from countries like India, the Philippines and other parts of the world. Also, Allegiance provides step-by-step guidance starting with registration for getting a license to getting hired and settling in Canada.

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What is the process of becoming a licensed nurse in Canada?
To become a licensed nurse working in Canada, the first thing you will need to do is to register with the NNAS (National Nursing Assessment Service) by filling up an online form. In the form, you will be required to submit all the necessary details such as your demographics, educational qualification and professional experience for the past five years along with notary signed necessary documents. Also, you will need to register as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Registered Nurse (RN) or Registered Psychiatric Nurse (RPN). You will also need to provide proof of English or French language by appearing for the NCLEX or National Council Licensure Exam.
Why choose Canada for your nursing career?
An international nurse in Canada is offered a modest salary with 36 to 40 hours of working on a weekly basis. Also, you will receive a decent salary increment every year with bonuses. As a matter of fact, you will be provided with health coverage benefits after three months of the onset of your job. So, if you weigh in the benefits, a Nursing Career in Canada is truly unparalleled.
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I joined Pacifica Retirment Residence almost 2 years ago. I get regular shifts and good backing from my consultant. ACC supports me well and we regularly communicate on any issues that need prompt attention. I am content with the flexibility offered as it suits my lifestyle with my family. ACC has looked after me well and I enjoy being an agency nurse.
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Hi, I am Dhrithi Manjerkar. I am currently working as a Registered Nurse in Canada. I would like to express my gratitude and sincere thanks to Allegiance for counselling me throughout the immigration process. They also helped me greatly to successfully get my license and a respectable job. Keep up the good work and best wishes
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My name is Sankar Gupta. I immigrated to Canada as a Registered Nurse and presently working in a private hospital. The entire credit goes to Allegiance. They not only provided professional guidance but helped me prepare for the NCLEX exam and assisted me during my job hunt. I thank them for helping me achieve my dream life here in Canada
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