AHPRA Registration

  1. 0 I am a US nurse, just submited my papers to AHPRA about 3 weeks ago. I know they said 3 months, but i was just wondering if anybody had any personal experiences about how long it actually took them? any tips etc? thanx!
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    Joined Oct '08; Posts: 98; Likes: 15.

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  4. Visit  K+MgSO4 profile page
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    bad timing mate! they have just sent out the reminders for nursing registration renewal!
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  5. Visit  chimurse profile page
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    AHPRA Delivers Student Register

    05 Apr 2011


    A national Student Register is now in place, meeting a core requirement of the National Law.
    The CEO of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), Mr Martin Fletcher, said the Student Register would be maintained by AHPRA to reflect the profile of students as advised by Australia’s education providers.
  6. Visit  deshy23 profile page
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    Quote from Rachi321
    I am a US nurse, just submited my papers to AHPRA about 3 weeks ago. I know they said 3 months, but i was just wondering if anybody had any personal experiences about how long it actually took them? any tips etc? thanx!


    Yes u have to wait for 3 months, u have the experience there in US, why u never apply for PR directly?
    or why not apply for 24 weeks bridging program in Univ.of South Australia,that one will not require AHPRA approval
    all u need 2 yrs.work experience...
  7. Visit  ceridwyn profile page
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    I suppose because a US nurse does not need to Do a bridging course
    Honestly everyone tells different stories including grads here. Would lay a bet that it will be at least 6weeks though. We have just begun renewals though, whether this makes a difference or not.
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    Quote from ceridwyn
    I suppose because a US nurse does not need to Do a bridging course
    Honestly everyone tells different stories including grads here. Would lay a bet that it will be at least 6weeks though. We have just begun renewals though, whether this makes a difference or not.


    Yes, but u suppose to do PR directly.....anyways 3 months is not that long...our nurses waited that long too...not bad...
  9. Visit  Rachi321 profile page
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    A couple days ago i recieved an email saying they have recieved my paperwork. My credit card hasn't been charged yet. I am just hoping it takes 3 months and not 4 months.
  10. Visit  gemini_star profile page
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    Hi Rachi, don't keep your hopes up. Start counting the three months when they charged your credit card. It usually take 3 months.
  11. Visit  Rachi321 profile page
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    they just charged my credit card 4 days ago. do they send you any more info like a tracking number or something? or worst case scenario when do they telll you if you need to submit more information or need clarification on your submitted documents etc.
  12. Visit  maicarl profile page
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    @Rachi: at which AHPRA office did u submit your papers? thanks
  13. Visit  Rachi321 profile page
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    i want to work in south west sydney.. so the nsw one
  14. Visit  marcian84 profile page
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    Hi everyone! I'm set to apply for registration to APHRA. I'm a nurse here in the Philippines and I'm interested to work in Victoria. I understand that registration to APHRA is the first step right? How long does it usually take before u get their decision letter? What does it usually say to a registered nurse applicant with more than 3 years experience in the Philippines?

    I would really appreciate any input. I'm just starting with the whole process of trying to work abroad and need all the advise I can get. Thanks a lot.
  15. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from evewally
    Hi everyone! I'm set to apply for registration to APHRA. I'm a nurse here in the Philippines and I'm interested to work in Victoria. I understand that registration to APHRA is the first step right? How long does it usually take before u get their decision letter? What does it usually say to a registered nurse applicant with more than 3 years experience in the Philippines?

    I would really appreciate any input. I'm just starting with the whole process of trying to work abroad and need all the advise I can get. Thanks a lot.
    Suggest you read the large thread that discusses this subject in the International forum where we ask that these type of questions are posted. The Australian/New Zealand forum like the Canadian, Philippine and UK are just for local nursing issues


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