NSCN Verification

VOR for NSCN Verification

The Nova Scotia College of Nursing (NSCN) is the regulatory body responsible for nursing verification of licensed practical nurses (LPNs), registered nurses (RNs), and nurse practitioners (NPs) in Nova Scotia, Canada. The NSCN  is responsible for verifying the credentials and qualifications of nurses and nurse practitioners who want to work in Nova Scotia, Canada.

They ensure that nurses meet competency and conduct standards, issue licenses, investigate complaints, and advocate for the nursing profession’s integrity and quality of care. Their mission is to protect the public by promoting safe, competent, ethical, and compassionate nursing services provided by our registrants.


Why NSCN Verification is Beneficial for Indian Nurses: 

NSCN offers a quicker and simpler licensure process for Indian nurses looking to work in Nova Scotia. This special pathway is designed to speed up the approval, giving nurses from India the chance to explore exciting opportunities and advance their careers in Canada.

The steps for applying NSCN verification

  • Check Eligibility: Ensure that you hold a current and valid RN license in India and are in good standing with your regulatory body.
  • Application Submission: Complete the application on the NSCN portal.
  • Document Verification: The NSCN team will review your application and inform you if any documents are missing.
  • Criminal Record Check (CRC): Submitting a CRC

Once you have completed these steps and met all the requirements, your application will be processed by NSCN

Documents required for applying NSCN

  • Current and valid RN license from India
  • Proof of identification (e.g., passport, driver’s license)
  • Verification of Registration (VOR) Form from Indian nursing council
  • CRC 

How to get Verification OR from Nursing Council

One essential step in the registration process is obtaining a Verification of Registration (VOR) from your current nursing council. This document confirms your registration status and good standing, ensuring that only qualified nurses are licensed to practice in the new location.

  • Contact Your Current Nursing Council : Request the VOR form.
  • Completing the VOR form: Submitting the form to your council.

Obtaining a Verification of Registration (VOR) is a crucial step in transitioning your nursing practice to a new province or territory. By following these steps and maintaining good standing with your current nursing council, you can facilitate a smooth and successful registration process in your desired location.

How leaves international can help

At Leaves International, we specialize in getting Verification of Registration (VOR) process done from the concerned Nursing Councils. We ensure a smooth and hassle-free experience for your NSCN registration process. Contact us now for more details. 


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