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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

PHILIPPINE NURSING SUPPLY CONTINUES TO GROW

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by Chris Musillo


The Philippines continues to produce nurses, in spite of a global recession entering its fifth year.  GMA News reports that the Philippines produced about 100,000 nurses last year, about triple the Philippines 36,000/year need.



This is not unusual for a country that acknowledges that overseas employment is a key part of its government policy.  The natural result of educating a greater number of nurses is that the licensure pass rates of the nurses will decrease.    The Philippine nursing will need to make sure that the quality of the education does not suffer as the volume of nursing students increases, which is certain to happen in the next few years.  These schools traditionally have been good at adapting to these macro-economic labor trends.  There is no reason to think that they won't be in the future.  


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  1. Ehlina's Avatar
    I know plenty of atnroteys admitted in NY who do not practice law here, or anywhere else for that matter. They are in business, CEOs, etc. I would imagine that it would be pretty easy for them to establish that they don't practice law in NY.My take on it is if you are in private practice anywhere and admitted in NY, then you should be meeting the CLE requirements. That leaves out public defenders.OTOH, what happens when you take the position that you are not practicing law in NY, then you write a demand letter for a buddy to a New York defendant. Hmmm, what ARE the penalties for not completing the CLE?
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