Registration with NMC - page 3

by ewen

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Hello there ! Do you now how long it's normally takes to get registered as a nurse to MNC after all your documents have been sent ? Thank you... Read More


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    Quote from jaijin
    Yes, i'm talking about the 2nd application pack, the one I received after I paid the 140 application fee. I'm just worried that if I leave it to them to send it to the NMC, it won't get to them on time.
    Hi, can't you go to that university where you did your degree and get someone in authority to sign off the documents, so that you don't have to wait a long time? Anyway, from what i know, the NMC will send you a letter to say that there are forms pending that need follow up by the applicant. As you may be aware of, the NMC gives 6 months time to complete the requirements and if you think you are near that 6 months and the requirements are not completed as expected, then probably you could write to the NMC and request for an extension. From what I understand, they give just ONE extension to complete the applications.

    Cross fingers for whatever you do.
    Sunny
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    Quote from jaijin
    I have my application pack sent to me last week. One of the forms require my employer/supervisor to fill it out and send it to the. Does this mean this form should be sent separately and not along with the rest of my documents?
    I collected all my documents and references and sent them in one pack with the rest of my paperwork. Haven't heard that they had any problem with that, and my file is currently in decision.
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    Hello guys! I have a question for Filipino trained nurses who took up Masters in UK in the field of nursing. Were you able to register at NMC after finishing it???
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    I have a question... I'm a British citizen who studied and worked as a nurse in the Philippines. I already worked as an ER nurse here in the Manila. I am about to take my IELTS so that I can register in the NMC. My question is... will it be easy to find a university/hospital where I could have my ONP? I'm a little worried that when we move back to England this March, I would have a hard time looking for a centre or hospital for the ONP which means I wouldn't be able to work as a nurse in UK... please shed some light on this. Thank you so much!
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    I am interested in traveling to the UK and was wondering what the process is to be able to practice over there if I have been practicing as an RN in the US. Any Ideas?
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    Quote from bluebook
    I have a question... I'm a British citizen who studied and worked as a nurse in the Philippines. I already worked as an ER nurse here in the Manila. I am about to take my IELTS so that I can register in the NMC. My question is... will it be easy to find a university/hospital where I could have my ONP? I'm a little worried that when we move back to England this March, I would have a hard time looking for a centre or hospital for the ONP which means I wouldn't be able to work as a nurse in UK... please shed some light on this. Thank you so much!
    ONP has to be done through an approved NMC facility and should be listed on the NMC website
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    Quote from Coley2112
    I am interested in traveling to the UK and was wondering what the process is to be able to practice over there if I have been practicing as an RN in the US. Any Ideas?
    You will have to meet NMC requirements and currently ADN is not accepted. Then you have to meet immigration requirements and unless you find a job on the shortage occupation list then that will be hard as employers have to go UK/EU before rest of the world. The UK is currently like the US with lots of people struggling to find work
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    Sounds like a pain! Thanks for the reply!
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    Hi,I have just qualified as a nurse here in England and today I received my first NMC pack.I am not able to find a job as yet as a nurse,as the rest of my cohort,maybe 5 have jobs on a cohort of almost 200.
    What puzzles me is....how is it possible to hire nurses from outside the UK,when the newly qualified here can't find a job?
    I find it totally unfair.I do not mean to sound rude,but I have worked very hard in my three years of nursing,and for someone to come from overseas and take a job when we have nurse who are here and are unable to find jobs,it is wrong.It is very distressing to me.I have no job,bills to pay and two children to care for,as the majority of my cohort,we are all struggling to find jobs.
    Please can someone show me the light at the end of this very long tunnel?
    My post was not intended to offend anyone,but life is getting tougher for everyone.
    Thank you.
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    Quote from pizzalover
    Hi,I have just qualified as a nurse here in England and today I received my first NMC pack.I am not able to find a job as yet as a nurse,as the rest of my cohort,maybe 5 have jobs on a cohort of almost 200.
    What puzzles me is....how is it possible to hire nurses from outside the UK,when the newly qualified here can't find a job?
    I find it totally unfair.I do not mean to sound rude,but I have worked very hard in my three years of nursing,and for someone to come from overseas and take a job when we have nurse who are here and are unable to find jobs,it is wrong.It is very distressing to me.I have no job,bills to pay and two children to care for,as the majority of my cohort,we are all struggling to find jobs.
    Please can someone show me the light at the end of this very long tunnel?
    My post was not intended to offend anyone,but life is getting tougher for everyone.
    Thank you.
    quite simply they can't, the only jobs on the shortage list now are for those with post basic qualifications in Neonatal ICU or those with a specific perioperative care qualification.

    the problem is and remains the fact that some of the work permits issued in the past were not time limited and that existing work permit holders have been able to transfer their permit to different organisations - this has gone on for sufficiently long for people to now have acquired British Citizenship and/or ILTR.

    A further confounding factor has been the changes in primary care service delivery and some acute trust re-organisations which creates a scenario of lots of ring fenced jobs and secondments while structures settle down.


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