If anyone knows for sure ,after graduate from Caribbean medical school would you be able to do your residency and then work in California or not?
In general, I agree with the sentiment that all other avenues to a US-MD, and even a DO, should be explored before going Carrib. Even the "good" ones like Ross and SGU have higher than normal attrition rates, and the lower ones just don't give a damn about you beyond the money you give them. Furthermore, the future of the Carrib med schools as a viable path is questionable, since allopathic med schools are increasing admissions while the number of residency spots is staying the same-this means that in the future, there will be less residency spots left over for international students.
I'd rather spend the an extra 2-4 years straightening out my application and getting in to a low-tier allo school or an osteo school than go Carrib; the odds are just so risky in that situation. For some, it's the best option available because they will never be able to bring up their GPA high enough to be competitive, but the vast majority of people, IMO, should just put in the time to bring it up.