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CMA Overseas

Hi everybody,

I was an MA in my country. It takes you 2 years, at my time, to become a CMA. Meanwhile it is 3 years.
We do a lot of different things and much mor an MA is doing here in the US. We also draw blood, x-ray, injections and so on.
To get work here, I took a phlebotomy class and found a job.
I am just wondering, if anybody knows if I have my papers translated and evaluated if I can get a high degree than MA.
Thanks for your help

Your Professional Title/Credentials: Phlebotomist

Are You Still In School? yes

Are You Working? yes