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How to pay NMC application fee for overseas nurses

  1. 0 Good day! I just received the request for application pack from the NMC, In the booklet it is said that I need to pay an application fee of 140GBP, i read that I can pay through check, bank draft or credit card. JUST THAT. There was no specific instruction on how to actually send your payment. Any overseas nurses out there who has already paid the application fee? how did you do it? if you used bank draft/personal checks, what banks do the NMC honor? Would really appreciate the help.
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  3. Visit  XB9S profile page
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    The NMC use HSBC I think, But will accept cheques from any official bank I would imagine.
  4. Visit  onatihne13 profile page
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    bank draft will do..payable of course to NMC
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    bank draft will do..payable of course to NMC
    from any bank? the problem is im from the philippines, I dont know what banks the NMC honors
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    It would be much quicker and painless to pay by credit card, That's what I did (i used my sister's BPI mastercard, with her consent of course) contact the finance department by email, they will then provide you with a phone number to call which someone would ask for the details of your card (know the details 1st before calling e.g. 16 digit number, name of the owner of the card and expiry of card). Don't forget to have your Personal Reference Number (PRN) handy that is what they will ask first after your name. you can confirm if the payment has been successful by checking your account statement at the cards toll free number...

    Hope That helps... I'm Filipino too BTW

    Now my turn to ask hehehe..

    I'm confused regarding the translation of documents to english, who is authorized to translate? and in what format? (my elementary diploma is in filipino) do I need to obtain a new english diploma from my elementary school? (I hope not, that would be tedious work) Please help I have no idea what to do...
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    It would be much quicker and painless to pay by credit card, That's what I did (i used my sister's BPI mastercard, with her consent of course) contact the finance department by email, they will then provide you with a phone number to call which someone would ask for the details of your card (know the details 1st before calling e.g. 16 digit number, name of the owner of the card and expiry of card). Don't forget to have your Personal Reference Number (PRN) handy that is what they will ask first after your name. you can confirm if the payment has been successful by checking your account statement at the cards toll free number...

    Hope That helps... I'm Filipino too BTW

    Now my turn to ask hehehe..

    I'm confused regarding the translation of documents to english, who is authorized to translate? and in what format? (my elementary diploma is in filipino) do I need to obtain a new english diploma from my elementary school? (I hope not, that would be tedious work) Please help I have no idea what to do...
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    Thanks ploy_jam! Regarding your question, I have no idea. Sorry. My guess, a notary public. I think I read an article about that on the Nursing board of Victoria (australia) , I think a notary public can translate, I am not sure though. Will the NMC require an elementary diploma? or did the Immigration require that?

    Can I also ask if you already have an employer in the UK, I was just hired by Princess Alexandra Hospital on their visit here just this month.
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    hi!

    yup on the application form (the 2nd package that will be sent to you after the payment), it is stated in the instruction sheet that the filled up form must be accompanied by notarized copies of all your education certificates or diplomas (everything from elementary to highschool and college) this will support the info that you have achieved atleast 10 years formal education before starting the nursing program which is a requirement.

    hopefully it is the notary public who can translate it for me. i think i'll call their office to be sure.
    regarding your employment offer, what is your agency here in the phils? can you give me their contact details? hehehe.... i was interviewed last 1st week of february, i think i flunked the interview the hospital never called back. and my agency said they will line me up if ever another employer shows interest which is i think a subtle way of them saying..... you freakin failed your interview!!!!!!don"t screw it up the next time!!!!!!!!!!! i was very nervous then which was very obvious to the prospect employer because my answers were all over the place.

    if you could give me a nice agency, i will really appreicate it! hehehe... as the saying goes "if you scratch my back i'll scratch yours"

    just pm me :d

    keep in touch...


    long live the pinoy nurse!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote from ploy_jam
    hi!

    yup on the application form (the 2nd package that will be sent to you after the payment), it is stated in the instruction sheet that the filled up form must be accompanied by notarized copies of all your education certificates or diplomas (everything from elementary to highschool and college) this will support the info that you have achieved atleast 10 years formal education before starting the nursing program which is a requirement.

    hopefully it is the notary public who can translate it for me. i think i'll call their office to be sure.
    regarding your employment offer, what is your agency here in the phils? can you give me their contact details? hehehe.... i was interviewed last 1st week of february, i think i flunked the interview the hospital never called back. and my agency said they will line me up if ever another employer shows interest which is i think a subtle way of them saying..... you freakin failed your interview!!!!!!don"t screw it up the next time!!!!!!!!!!! i was very nervous then which was very obvious to the prospect employer because my answers were all over the place.

    if you could give me a nice agency, i will really appreicate it! hehehe... as the saying goes "if you scratch my back i'll scratch yours"

    just pm me :d

    keep in touch...


    long live the pinoy nurse!!!!!!!!!!
    hahaha your reply made me laugh. that's okay ploy, that's all part of applying for a job, sometimes you get it, sometimes you don't. i applied through jai kin agency, the princess alexandra hospital hired 82 nurses during their visit here in the philippines last feb 9-11. just goggle up the agency and contact them. try also http://greenfields.philrecruit.com/, i heard they also have a client that's coming on april.
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    hi.. just want to ask is NMC really need high school and elementary diploma? coz i dont have that kind of documents. haha.. but anyway my friend was already nurse here in UK and she only submitted her TOR, RLE and diploma in college. no documents from elementary and high school.. i hope this help. im gonna update you soon if i will have news from my friend.
  11. Visit  stsinner profile page
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    Was there any chance that an IELTS "General Training" module with 7 in all sections with overall band score of 7.5 was accepted by the NMC and finally had the nurse registered?
  12. Visit  onatihne13 profile page
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    No Im afraid..Academic Training is what they prefer with all 7 or higher than 7 in all categories
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    Was there any chance that an IELTS "General Training" module with 7 in all sections with overall band score of 7.5 was accepted by the NMC and finally had the nurse registered?
    sorry but GT is not accepted in NMC no matter what your score is. It should be academic test with no less than 7 in all subtest...
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    Quote from stsinner
    Was there any chance that an IELTS "General Training" module with 7 in all sections with overall band score of 7.5 was accepted by the NMC and finally had the nurse registered?
    I think no one. All I know is that you have to get the "Academic Module" not the General Training even you got a high grades in IELTS.


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