Quote from sujacob
sorry what i heard was nmc verify all nsg council we registered while we were working .......bit confusing
This is what the NMC states
At the time of the application, the applicant must have practised as a registered nurse or midwife for at least 12 months (full time or the part-time equivalent) after qualifying. This post-registration experience must be relevant to the field of practice the applicant is
applying for. Any practice that is not covered by registration cannot be considered for the requirement of 12-month post-registration experience.
If the applicant is a midwife but has not practised midwifery in the five years prior to their application, they must do a return to midwifery practice course in their home country before they can apply to register with us.
If applicants have worked as a nurse or midwife in more than one country or state, we require them to be registered with the licensing authority or registration body in all the countries/states where they have worked. We will require verification from that authority regardless of the length of their employment.
Applicants must provide the details of all practice undertaken as a registered nurse or midwife including verification documents and registration certificates."