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I am very sorry to say the answer is no. I have research probably every possible route (travel agencies, veterans' administration) -- you name it. The botXXXXX XXXXXne is the VA will not employ folks listed on the exclusion list. Even working in a different capacity will not suffice -- i.e. a nurse working as a clerk. It even goes so far as to prohibit one from even contracting with a facility -- i.e. providing lawn care services to a hospital. I truly wish things looked brighter.
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