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Q: Seaching for a friend ( No Answer,   4 Comments )
Subject: Seaching for a friend
Category: Family and Home > Relationships
Asked by: saltramsaga-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 06 Feb 2004 09:43 PST
Expires: 07 Mar 2004 09:43 PST
Question ID: 304149
Please advise of weekly or monthly magasines read regularly by nursing
professions and which accept classified advertisements.I am trying to
locate a nurse who emigrated to the USA from the UK some years ago.
And following from that is there any way to access imigration records
to find the social security number of an imigrant?
And oblige,

Stephen Handel

Clarification of Question by saltramsaga-ga on 20 Feb 2004 23:39 PST
please answer my specific only questions

Clarification of Question by saltramsaga-ga on 20 Feb 2004 23:44 PST
I`ve just noticed your clarifed answer,please ignore my last clarified
request and thank you.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Seaching for a friend
From: robertskelton-ga on 06 Feb 2004 12:47 PST
Most (all?) states require nurses to be licensed. Go to Search Systems
and search for his/her name state by state:
Subject: Re: Seaching for a friend
From: saltramsaga-ga on 10 Feb 2004 04:54 PST
Thank you for your Email 06/02/2004.
pasted the URL to the address bar but web page opened as unobtainable.
Subject: Re: Seaching for a friend
From: saltramsaga-ga on 10 Feb 2004 05:02 PST
Ref your reply search state by state,thank tou for that advice,however
I would appreciate answers to the actual questions asked.
Subject: Re: Seaching for a friend
From: ga1970-ga on 17 Feb 2004 12:37 PST
I noticed your follow up question to this one.  Maybe you don't
realise that not all questions on G...Answers get answered.

Some nursing magazines (and publishers):
American Journal of Nursing (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
Critical Care Nurse (Innovision Group)
Journal of Practical Nursing (Journal Of Practical Nursing) 
Nurse Practitioner (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
Nursing (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
Nursing Made Incredibly Easy (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)

I haven't searched for addresses and other details for these magazines
on the internet, or whether they accept classified ads, but I'm sure
the information must be available on the web. There are probably other
magazines also available.  Maybe a researcher will give a more
complete answer, and also an answer to the other part of your question
about immigration records.

Regarding robertskelton's advice;  I clicked on that link and it worked for me.
I think it's worth a try, even if it is tedious going through all states.
I tried "Alabama" first, but it doesn't seem to give the information
at this time of year.
Then I tried "Alaska" and just entered a sample surname "Smith".  That
gives all licence holders, so to narrow down the list to nurses, enter
"Nur" in the box for "Board".
I haven't tried other states, but if you know the name you should try it out.

There is also a link for Health/Medical in the "Nationwide" section on
the Search Systems homepage, but it seems to be just for midwives.

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