If your nursing license is suspended in the United States, you may be wondering which other countries will take it. Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer to this question. Every country has its own regulations governing nursing licenses, and these regulations can change at any time. That being said, here are a few general things to keep in mind.
First of all, most developed countries (e.g., Canada, the UK) will likely accept a nursing license from another developed country. However, if your license was suspended for reasons such as incompetence or malpractice, you may have difficulty finding work in other developed countries.
Second of all, many developing countries (e.g., Mexico) do not have stringent licensing requirements for nurses and will likely accept your license without any problems. However, working as a nurse in a developing country can be difficult due to the lack of resources and infrastructure compared to more developed nations.
In short: There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to whether or not another country will accept your nursing license if it is suspended in the United States. It depends on each individual nation’s licensing requirements and how severe your suspension was.