INTRODUCTION:International nurses account for 20% of the Australian nurse workforce. This review aims to identify and appraise research findings on the experiences of internationally qualified registered nurses working in the Australian healthcare system. METHODOLOGY:The review was structured using Whittemore and Knafl modified framework for integrated reviews. A systematic database search was undertaken. Articles ( n = 48) were identified for appraisal based on set inclusion and exclusion criteria. Evaluation using the Critical Appraisal Skills Program tool resulted in ( n = 16) articles in the final data set. RESULTS:Three broad themes were identified: (a) Transitioning-Need for appropriate, timely, and adequate supports to assist transition to practice; (b) Practicing within local contexts-How expectations were different to the reality of clinical practice; and (c) Experiencing prejudice-when racial prejudice occurred. DISCUSSION:Appropriate programs including cultural-safety education can mitigate adverse workforce dynamics within culturally diverse health care teams to enable provision of culturally congruent health care.