A Guide in Becoming a Nurse in Dubai - page 3

This is all about my journey as a Nurse in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Since there are not much detailed posts and information when I looked over the internet, to help all of you out there I decided... Read More

  1. by   Fhrea
    Hi! Can you use a Debit card for paying the 210 aed for the credential verification? i attempted several times using my hsbc visa credit card and the status was always failure. Can you help me with the payment system of DHA? Tnx
  2. by   sharlowtee26
    In my experience the card that you will be using (either credit or debit card) must be issued by a bank in UAE.
  3. by   Fhrea
    Ok tnx, i hope they'd put it online the credit or debit cards allowed when paying thru their system. Its really annoying when all you got was a failure transaction, no reason at all.
  4. by   sreejith vr
    Hello Sir/Madam RN Rouge...My self i am sreejith RN from India under the DHA Licence process, i did first payment 210 aed and submit primary assessment then i got a mail from DHA that "Kindly note that further failure to display the below will result in rejection of your application. 1. Valid Good Standing certificate from previous licensing authorities testifying good conduct and not charged with a criminal act covering the last six months." please help to clarify this message & suggest what i suppose to do for clear that trouble, i'm in confuse please..
  5. by   RNRouge
    Quote from sreejith vr
    Hello Sir/Madam RN Rouge...My self i am sreejith RN from India under the DHA Licence process, i did first payment 210 aed and submit primary assessment then i got a mail from DHA that "Kindly note that further failure to display the below will result in rejection of your application. 1. Valid Good Standing certificate from previous licensing authorities testifying good conduct and not charged with a criminal act covering the last six months." please help to clarify this message & suggest what i suppose to do for clear that trouble, i'm in confuse please..
    sreejith vr,

    What I can advise you is first, submitt the required document which is your Valid Good Standing Certificate from your previous work. Based on the statement, that is what you need to do. Second, contact the DHA personnel to further verify this matter on what you should do. You can either give them a call for immediate clarification or send them an e-mail.
  6. by   RNRouge
    Quote from sharlowtee26
    hello RNRouge!

    how much is the usual range of salary offered for Filipino nurses in Dubai?
    A friend told me that it is should not be lower than 5,000 Dirhams, though she's not absolutely sure.
    sharlowtee26,

    Now that I am on the process of application for a nurse position, I came across those companies that are offering lower than that. Everything would depend on the institution, your experience, and the type of specialty you have. But the average would be I think 4k-6k dhs.
  7. by   reymarvz89
    hello may i ask what are the documents needed to be red ribboned...thank u
  8. by   ikesaps
    Paying the fees whiles outside of Dubai is the problem. Is someone in Dubai ready to help with the payment so that it be paid later? Even if with interest.
  9. by   dhawniah
    Hello!thank you so much for this post. I just want to ask if it's ok to take first the prometric exam before processing for license.
    Because I want to have all my documents first here in the philippines before going to dubai as a tourist visa.
    thanks!
  10. by   dhawniah
    Can I ask what is eligibility information?where can I have it in order for me to take the prometric exam. thanks!
  11. by   1010
    hi! 😊
    based on ur posts i presumed that u previously worked in Singapore..i would just like to ask where u get ur certificate of good standing?!? is it from Singapore Nursing Board, or from ur previous employer or the one issued by our PRC will do??
    hope to hear frm u soon..thankyou!☺
  12. by   christy2626
    thank you
  13. by   nurse_pebbles
    Hello Mam, is ok if I would take the prometric exam before going to dubai.

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