Are You a Student Nurse Worried About Reporting Past Convictions on Your RN/ LVN Application?
How you disclose past convictions in your application will determine if you get your RN or LVN license or not. The BRN and BVNPT take ALL misdemeanors and felonies very seriously and typically will deny the application based on any past conviction. It doesn’t matter how old the conviction is, or if the conviction was expunged or dismissed. Except for a very specific set of circumstances, ALL CONVICTIONS MUST BE DISCLOSED. You are at a critical juncture where you can make things much better or much worse for yourself. Do not move forward on your own!
Are You Wondering If You’ve Just Wasted All That Time and Tuition; Is your Dream of Being a Nurse Over?
Don’t Panic. Don’t Be Afraid.
Just as you will eventually tell your patients when they’re afraid, “Try to relax, we know how to fix this and we have this under control.” You are going to be just fine, if you have RN Guardian on your side. We understand what you’re going through. We have represented thousands of Student Nurses in the Application process. The majority of our clients receive their RN or LVN license upon applying but if you are denied, our Attorneys have a +99% verifiable track record of proven success in getting our student nurses their California Registered and Licensed Vocational Nurses’ Licenses on appeal.
It’s not too late! We will get your nursing license so you can begin your dream career. Please call or fill out the form below.
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