Being a nurse abroad raises your life to a positive path of success and if you are planning to work as a verified nurse abroad, nursing verification is the key to accessing that world. Nursing verification officially approves the proficiency of nursing professionals and also prevents fraudulent activities. These are the various nursing verification services we offer:
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) is the national agency that implements the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme across Australia. AHPRA verification is compulsory for healthcare practitioners to practice in Australia.
Renew your license registration and keep your professional records up to date. We extend top-tier customer support to accelerate the renewal process.
A good standing certificate attests to the professional conduct of a nurse in the community they have worked. It is imperative in the job application process to countries like Dubai, Saudi, Australia, Ireland, and Germany.
Dataflow examines the genuineness of applicants’ certificates and confirms the accuracy of their credentials and legal documents. It officially acknowledges the validity of degrees and diplomas of students studying abroad.
ERES verification services range from checking an individual’s employment and educational histories to professional certifications, licenses, and references. ERES secures your employment information from previous employers to facilitate the verification process.
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) maintains the register of nurses & midwives in Ireland. This registration is vital for nurses & midwives to practice there.
Every nurse practicing in the UK should register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to prove their credibility. The NMC follows solid standards for verifying and scrutinizing the documents presented by the applicants for registration.
CGFNS International verifies and recognizes your identity documents, academic and professional credentials, and nursing employment. Then CGFNS prepare a report, which you must review and authorize before they can send it to the NCNZ (Nursing Council of New Zealand).
The National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) evaluates your educational background and compares it to the Canadian nursing requisites. It examines your credentials to ensure their authenticity.