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OFFICE USE ONLY Section 77 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act (the National Law) Page 1 of 10 AGOS-40 Effective from: 27 October 2011 AGOS-40 Application Form Type: General registration (graduated or trained overseas) Profession: Nursing and Midwifery *AGOS-401* This form is to be used by overseas graduates or overseas trained applicants applying for general registration as a Registered Nurse, Enrolled Nurse or Midwife in Australia. This application must be completed by the applicant and not by a third party. Additional registration types can be found on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (the Board) website at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au ! Applicants with registration as a nurse or midwife in New Zealand are subject to certain entitlements under the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997 (Cwlth) and should apply for registration using form ATMR-40, which can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/forms.aspx ! Do not submit this application unless it is complete and all supporting documentation has been provided. All supporting documentation must: be certified in accordance with AHPRA guidelines be in English. If original documents are not in English, you must provide a certified copy of the original document and translation in accordance with the AHPRA guidelines DO NOT send original documents. The AHPRA guidelines for certifying documents can be found at www.ahpra.gov.au/certify.aspx It is important that you refer to the Board’s registration standards, codes and guidelines when completing the form. These documents can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY The information collected in this form is authorised or required under the National Law for the purposes of determining an applicant’s eligibility for registration. Information supplied on this form may be provided to other persons and agencies as specified by the National Law. The Board and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) are committed to ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of personal information held and will adhere to the National Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cwlth) when collecting, using, disclosing, securing and providing access to private information. AHPRA’s Privacy Policy explains how your personal information will be stored, handled and used. This document can be accessed at www.ahpra.gov.au/privacy.aspx COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION Read all instructions Print clearly in BLOCK LETTERS using a black or blue pen Place X in ALL applicable boxes: SECTION A: Application type 1. What type of registration are you applying for? Please mark all options that are applicable to your application General registration Registered Nurse Enrolled Nurse Midwife SECTION B: Personal details and identification The information items in this section of the application that are marked with an asterisk (*) will appear on the public register. 2. What is your name? * Mr Mrs Miss Ms Dr Other * Family (legal) name * First given name * Middle given name(s) Previous names and other names known by Preferred name * Sex M F
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  • OFFICE USE ONLY

    Section 77 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act (the National Law)

    Page 1 of 10AGOS-40 Effective from: 27 October 2011

    AGOS-40Application FormType: General registration

    (graduated or trained overseas)Profession: Nursing and Midwifery

    *AGOS-401*

    This form is to be used by overseas graduates or overseas trained applicants applying for general registration as a Registered Nurse, Enrolled Nurse or Midwife in Australia.

    This application must be completed by the applicant and not by a third party.

    Additional registration types can be found on the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (the Board) website at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

    ! Applicants with registration as a nurse or midwife in New Zealand are subject to certain entitlements under the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition Act 1997 (Cwlth) and should apply for registration using form ATMR-40, which can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/forms.aspx

    ! Do not submit this application unless it is complete and all supporting documentation has been provided.

    All supporting documentation must:

    • be certified in accordance with AHPRA guidelines

    • be in English. If original documents are not in English, you must provide a certified copy of the original document and translation in accordance with the AHPRA guidelines

    • DO NOT send original documents.

    The AHPRA guidelines for certifying documents can be found at www.ahpra.gov.au/certify.aspx

    It is important that you refer to the Board’s registration standards, codes and guidelines when completing the form. These documents can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

    PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY

    The information collected in this form is authorised or required under the National Law for the purposes of determining an applicant’s eligibility for registration.

    Information supplied on this form may be provided to other persons and agencies as specified by the National Law.

    The Board and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) are committed to ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of personal information held and will adhere to the National Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cwlth) when collecting, using, disclosing, securing and providing access to private information.

    AHPRA’s Privacy Policy explains how your personal information will be stored, handled and used. This document can be accessed at www.ahpra.gov.au/privacy.aspx

    COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION

    • Read all instructions

    • Print clearly in BLOCK LETTERS using a black or blue pen

    • Place X in ALL applicable boxes:

    SECTION A: Application type

    1. What type of registration are you applying for? Please mark all options that are applicable to your application

    General registration

    Registered Nurse

    Enrolled Nurse

    Midwife

    SECTION B: Personal details and identification

    The information items in this section of the application that are marked with an asterisk (*) will appear on the public register.

    2. What is your name?

    * Mr Mrs Miss Ms Dr Other

    * Family (legal) name

    * First given name

    * Middle given name(s)

    Previous names and other names known by

    Preferred name

    * Sex M F

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    3. What are your birth details?

    Date of birth

    DD / MM / YYYY

    Country of birth

    Place/City of birth

    State of birth (if within Australia)

    VIC NSW QLD SA

    WA NT TAS ACT

    * Languages spoken other than English (optional)

    4. What is your residential address?

    No. Street

    Suburb

    State/Territory Postcode

    5. Is your residential address the same as your principal place of practice in Australia?

    Yes Go to the next question

    No Provide your principal place of practice address below

    If you do not yet know this address, please indicate the Australian State or Territory of your principle place of practice

    Site name

    No. Street

    *Suburb

    *State/Territory Postcode

    6. Where do you want postal correspondence delivered?

    Residential address

    Principal place of practice

    Please send correspondence to the approved agent, listed in Section G of this form

    Other (Provide your postal correspondence address below)

    No. PO Box.

    Street

    Suburb

    State/Territory Postcode

    7. What are your contact details?

    During business hours

    ( )

    After hours

    ( )

    Mobile

    Email

    8. Would you like to receive your renewal communications electronically?

    Some communication will always be sent by post

    Yes Send my renewal notices to the email address nominated above

    No Go to the next question

    9. Please read this before answering the following questions about identification documents:

    You must provide at least one document from each of the following categories:• Category A: Commencement of identity in Australia• Category B: Link between the identity and person by

    means of photo and signature• Category C: Evidence of identity operating in

    community, and• Category D: Evidence of identity’s residential address,

    if your category B or C document does not provide this evidence.

    You will find:• detailsofthedocumentswhichareapplicableineachof

    these categories; and• therequirementsforpersonswhoareapplyingfrom

    overseas, or have recently arrived in Australia at www.ahpra.gov.au/identity.aspxThe AHPRA guidelines for certifying documents can be found at www.ahpra.gov.au/certify.aspx AHPRA has the right to request presentation of the original documents.

    Does your proof of identity include your passport?

    Yes Provide details below

    Passport type (e.g. private/government)

    Country of issue

    Passport number

    You must attach a certified copy of your passport.

    No Go to the next question

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    10. Does your proof of identity include an Australian Licence?

    Yes Provide details below

    Drivers Firearm

    State of issue

    Licence number

    You must attach a certified copy of your licence.

    No Go to the next question

    SECTION C: Qualification for the profession

    In accordance with section 52 of the National Law, to be eligible for general registration you must be qualified for general registration in the health profession. Section 53 of the National Law states that to be qualified you must either:

    a. hold an approved qualification for the health profession

    b. hold a qualification that the Board considers to be substantially equivalent, or based on similar competencies, to an approved qualification

    c. hold a qualification, not referred to in (a) or (b), relevant to the health profession and have successfully completed an examination or other assessment required by the Board for the purpose of general registration in the health profession

    d. hold a qualification, not referred to in (a) or (b), that under the National Law, or a corresponding prior Act, qualified you for general registration in the health profession and you were previously registered on the basis of holding that qualification.

    The Board’s website contains information on approved qualifications accepted under section (a) above and examinations or assessments accepted under section (c) above.

    11. What are the details of your qualifications and examinations/assessments?

    1 Most recent qualification and examinations/assessmentsTitle of qualification

    Name of institution (University/College/Examining Body)

    Country

    Start date Completion date

    MM / YYYY MM / YYYY

    You must attach a certified copy of all your academic qualifications and examinations/assessments mentioned within this form.

    You must attach a certified copy of all your academic qualification(s) e.g. academic transcript mentioned within this form.

    If original documents are not in English, you must provide a certified copy of the original document and translation in accordance with the AHPRA’s guidelines.

    2 Additional qualification and examinations/assessmentsTitle of qualification

    Name of institution (University/College/Examining Body)

    Country

    Start date Completion date

    MM / YYYY MM / YYYY

    3 Additional qualification and examinations/assessmentsTitle of qualification

    Name of institution (University/College/Examining Body)

    Country

    Start date Completion date

    MM / YYYY MM / YYYY

    Attach a separate sheet if your qualifications do not fit within the spaces provided.

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    SECTION D: Registration history

    The Board requires a Certificate of Registration Status or Certificate of Good Standing from every jurisdiction outside of Australia in which you are currently, or have previously been registered as a health practitioner during the last five years.

    You must arrange for original Certificates to be forwarded directly from the licensing or registration authority to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia

    12. What is your health practitioner registration history?

    Your registration history must be recorded in order from your first to your most recent registration.

    1 Initial registrationState / Territory / Country

    Category of registration

    Profession

    Period of registration

    DD / MM / YYYY to

    DD / MM / YYYY

    2 Additional registrationState / Territory / Country

    Category of registration

    Profession

    Period of registration

    DD / MM / YYYY to

    DD / MM / YYYY

    Attach a separate sheet if your registration history does not fit within the spaces provided.

    SECTION E: Work history

    13. What is your full practice history?

    You must attach to your application a Statement of Service from your employer/s over the last 5 years, and a Curriculum Vitae.

    The Statement of Service is required to:

    • Be on the employer’s letterhead

    • Provide dates of employment

    • Describe the role in which you were employed, and whether if was full-time/part-time hours

    • Be signed by a manager (e.g. Director of Nursing, Unit Manager or HR Manager)

    You must attach to your application a Curriculum Vitae that describes your full practice history and any clinical or procedural skills undertaken. The information contained in your Curriculum Vitae will further inform the Board in relation to your recency of practice and registration history.

    Your Curriculum Vitae must:

    • Detail any gaps in your practice history of more than three months from the date you obtained your qualification

    • Include evidence of continuing professional development as per the Board’s Continuing professional registration standard, found at http://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/Registration-Standards.aspx

    • Be in chronological order

    • Be signed and dated with a statement “This Curriculum Vitae is true and correct as at (insert date)”

    • Be the original signed Curriculum Vitae (no faxes or scanned copies will be accepted).

    It must also contain all the elements defined in AHPRA’s Standard Format for Curriculum Vitae which can be found at www.ahpra.gov.au/cv.aspx

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    SECTION F: Suitability statements

    Registration is dependent on suitability as defined in the National Law and the requirements set out in the Board’s registration standards on the website www.nursingmidwifery.gov.au. Information required by the Board to assess your suitability for registration is detailed in the following questions. It is recommended that you provide as much information as possible to enable the Board to reach a timely and informed decision.

    14. Please read this before answering the following question about criminal history:

    Criminal history includes the following, whether in Australia or overseas, at any time:• Every conviction of a person for an offence• Every plea of guilty or finding of guilt by a court of the

    person for an offence, whether or not a conviction is recorded for the offence

    • Every charge made against the person for an offence.Under the National Law, spent convictions legislation does not apply to criminal history disclosure requirements. Therefore, a complete criminal history will be supplied to the Board irrespective of the time that has lapsed since the charge was laid or the finding of guilt was made.The Board will decide whether a health practitioner’s criminal history is relevant to the practice of the profession. For further information on the factors the Board will consider in making this decision, see the Criminal history registration standard, which can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

    Do you have any criminal history in Australia?

    Yes Provide a separate sheet with your criminal history and explanation of circumstances in Australia.

    No Go to the next question

    15. Do you have any criminal history in another country?

    Yes Provide a separate sheet with your criminal history and explanation of circumstances in another country.

    No Go to the next question

    16. Do you commit to only practice the profession if you have appropriate professional indemnity insurance arrangements in place?

    Nurses and midwives must not practise their professions unless they are covered in the conduct of their practice by appropriate professional indemnity insurance arrangements.

    Nurses and midwives can meet this requirement through employer’s insurance, private insurance cover or insurance gained through membership of a professional or industrial organisation. It is the nurse or midwife’s responsibility to understand the nature of the cover supplied under these three options.

    Exemption from professional indemnity insurance requirements apply to midwives practising private midwifery.

    For further information on requirements see the Board’s Professional indemnity insurance registration standard which can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

    Yes

    NoGo to the next question

    17. Did you graduate more than 12 months ago?

    Yes Go to the next question

    No Go to question 19

    18. Which of the following have you completed?

    Practised the profession while registered within the past five years for a period equivalent to a minimum of three months full time Go to the next question

    Successfully completed a program or course approved by the Board within the last five years for the purpose of re-entry to practice Go to the next question

    Successfully completed a supervised practice experience approved by the Board within the last five years Go to the next question

    Successfully completed a supervised practice experience approved by the Board within the last five years Go to the next question

    Practice means any role, whether remunerated or not, in which the individual uses their skills and knowledge as a nurse or midwife. In accordance with the Recency of practice registration standard, practice is not restricted to the provision of direct clinical care. It also includes working in a direct non-clinical relationship with clients, working in management, administration, education, research, advisory, regulatory or policy development roles and any other roles that impact on safe, effective delivery of services in the profession and/or use of professional skills.Practice hours may be recognised if:• you have practised your profession for a minimum

    period equivalent to three months full time, within the past five years

    • the applicant held valid registration with a nursing or midwifery regulatory authority in the jurisdiction (either Australia or overseas) when the hours were worked; or

    • the role involved the application of nursing and/or midwifery knowledge and skills; or

    • the time was spent undertaking postgraduate education leading to an award or qualification that is relevant to the practice of nursing and/or midwifery.

    For further information on requirements see the Board’s Recency of practice registration standard which can be found at www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au

    19. Do you have an impairment that detrimentally affects or is likely to detrimentally affect your capacity to practise the profession?

    Impairment means a physical or mental impairment, disability, condition, or disorder (including substance abuse or dependence) that detrimentally affects or is likely to detrimentally affect your capacity to practise the profession.

    Yes You must attach details of any impairments and how they are managed to this application.

    No Go to the next question

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    20. Is your registration in the profession, in Australia or overseas, currently suspended or cancelled?

    Yes You must attach details of any registration suspension or cancellation to this application.

    No Go to the next question

    21. Have you previously had your registration cancelled, refused or suspended in Australia or overseas?

    Yes You must attach details of any cancellation, refusal or suspension to this application.

    No Go to the next question

    22. Has your registration ever been subject to conditions, undertakings or limitations in Australia or overseas?

    Yes You must attach details of any conditions, undertakings or limitations.

    No Go to the next question

    23. Are you disqualified, under the National Law or a corresponding prior Act, from applying for registration, or being registered, in the profession?

    Yes You must attach details of any disqualifications to this application.

    No Go to the next question

    24. Have you been or are you the subject of conduct, performance or health proceedings whilst registered under the National Law, a corresponding prior Act or the law of another jurisdiction in Australia or overseas, where those proceedings were not finalised?

    Yes You must attach details of any conduct performance or health proceedings to this application.

    No Go to the next question

    25. Do you hold, or have you previously held, registration in Australia as an enrolled nurse, a registered nurse or a registered midwife with either:• the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA)

    (from 1 July 2010); or• a previous Australian state or territory nursing or

    midwifery Board (prior to 1 July 2010) No Go to the next question

    Yes Please select board(s)

    NMBA Australian state/territory board Both

    Provide further information on your registration below and then Go to Section G: Obligations of registered health practitioners

    1 Enrolled NurseNMBA information:

    Currently hold registration: YES NORegistration number:

    N M W

    Australian state or territory board information:

    State/territory of registration

    Initial date of registration MM / YYYYLapse date of registration MM / YYYY

    2 Registered NurseNMBA information:

    Currently hold registration: YES NORegistration number:

    N M W

    Australian state or territory board information:

    State/territory of registration

    Initial date of registration MM / YYYYLapse date of registration MM / YYYY

    3 Registered MidwifeNMBA information:

    Currently hold registration: YES NORegistration number:

    N M W

    Australian state or territory board information:

    State/territory of registration

    Initial date of registration MM / YYYYLapse date of registration MM / YYYY

    If you no longer hold registration as a nurse or midwife in Australia, to be considered as continuing to meet the English language skills registration standard you must attach evidence that you have maintained continuous professional practice in an English speaking environment and/or residence in one of the recognised countries listed in Question 26.

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    26. Please read this before answering the following questions about English language skills:

    For Registered nurses and midwives: The completion of five (5) years full time equivalent education, taught and assessed in English, means five (5) years full time equivalent of either:(i) tertiary and secondary; or(ii) tertiary and vocational; or(iii) combined tertiary, secondary and vocational educationtaught and assessed in English in any of the recognised countries listed below. These five (5) years must include evidence of a minimum of two (2) years full time equivalent pre-registration program of study approved by the recognised nursing and/or midwifery body in any of the recognised countries.

    For Enrolled Nurses:The completion of five (5) years full time equivalent education, taught and assessed in English, means five years full time equivalent of either:(i) vocational and secondary; or(ii) vocational and tertiary; or(iii) combined vocational, secondary and tertiary educationtaught and assessed in English in any of the recognised countries listed below. These five (5) years must include evidence of a minimum of one year full time equivalent pre-registration program of study approved by the recognised nursing and/or midwifery body in any of the recognised countries.

    Have you completed 5 years full-time equivalent education as outlined above, taught and assessed in English, in one or more of the following recognised countries?

    No Go to the next question

    Yes Provide the following details regarding your education in English and then go to Section G: Obligations of registered health practitioners. Please mark all applicable countries

    Australia South Africa Canada United Kingdom New Zealand United States of America Republic of Ireland

    Program name Education institutionHighest secondary

    level; tertiary and/or vocational qualification

    Time frame Month and year

    Student status

    Recognised country

    Academic transcript

    If program incomplete, include subjects completed in the program Name and address

    (e.g. Secondary - Yr 12, Tertiary - degree)

    Commenced (MM/YYYY)

    Completed (MM/YYYY) (F/T) (P/T) (See above) Attached

    For each program, you must provide a certified copy of your Academic Transcript (AT) detailing all subjects completed and, if program is complete, a Certificate of Attainment (CoA). Please attach a separate sheet with any additional details that do not fit within the space provided above.

    27. Which of the English language examinations listed below have you successfully completed?

    International English Language Test System (IELTS) - academic module, with a minimum score of 7 in each of the four components of listening, reading, writing and speaking

    Occupational English Test (OET), with an overall pass and with grades of A or B only in each of the four components of listening, reading, writing and speaking

    Date the exam was completed: DD / MM / YYYY

    You must arrange for the testing authority to provide

    evidence of your successful completion of the Board approved English language test directly to the relevant State or Territory office of AHPRA.

    28. Have your results from the above mentioned English language examinations been obtained within two years prior to applying for registration?

    Pass result must be obtained in one sitting.

    Yes Go to the next question

    No You must attach evidence that you:• have actively maintained continuous practice

    and/or employment as a registered nurse, enrolled nurse or midwife using English as the primary language of practice in one of the recognised countries, listed in Question 26; and/or

    • have been continuously enrolled in a program of study taught and assessed in English and approved by the recognised nursing and/or midwifery regulatory body in any of the recognised countries listed in Question 26.

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    SECTION G: Agent authorisation

    29. I consent to this application being discussed with and relevant correspondence sent to:

    Migration agent

    Significant other (Please fill out details below) Name

    Address

    No. Street

    Suburb

    State/Territory Postcode

    During business hours

    ( )

    After hours

    ( )

    Mobile

    SECTION H: Obligations of registered health practitioners

    Registered health practitioners must inform the Board of a change in their status in relation to the following matters within 7 days after becoming aware of that change:

    • the practitioner is charged with an offence punishable by 12 months imprisonment or more

    • the practitioner is convicted of or the subject of a finding of guilt for an offence punishable by imprisonment

    • appropriate professional indemnity insurance arrangements are no longer in place in relation to the practitioner’s practice of the profession

    • the practitioner’s right to practise at a hospital or another facility at which health services are provided is withdrawn or restricted because of the practitioner’s conduct, professional performance or health

    • the practitioner’s billing privileges are withdrawn or restricted under the Medicare Australia Act 1973 (Cwlth) because of the practitioner’s conduct, professional performance or health

    • the practitioner has a restriction placed on their right to prescribe or supply pharmaceutical benefits under the National Health Act 1953

    • the practitioner’s authority under law of a state or territory to administer, obtain, possess, prescribe, sell, supply or use a scheduled medicine or class of scheduled medicines is cancelled or restricted

    • a complaint is made about the practitioner to a Commonwealth, state or territory entity having functions relating to professional services provided by health practitioners or the regulation of health practitioners, including, but are not limited to:

    – overseas regulatory authorities

    – Commonwealth departments that administer Medicare Australia; the provision of pharmaceutical, sickness and hospital scheme; payments by way of medical benefits and payments for hospital services; and immigration

    – state and territory bodies responsible for health complaints, workers compensation and traffic accident investigation

    • the practitioner’s registration, under the law of another country that provides for the registration of health practitioners, is suspended or cancelled or made subject to a condition or another restriction.

    SECTION I: Consent

    30. PLEASE READ AND MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND THESE STATEMENTS BEFORE SIGNING:

    I consent:

    • to the Board and AHPRA making enquiries of, and exchanging information with, the authorities of any Australian state or territory, or other country, regarding my practice as a health practitioner or otherwise regarding matters relevant to this application.

    I authorise:

    • the Board to obtain my criminal history in Australia and overseas.

    I understand:

    • that a complete criminal history, including resolved and unresolved charges, spent convictions and findings of guilt for which no conviction was recorded, will be released to the Board

    • that information will be extracted from this form and used for the purpose of criminal history checking. This information may be used by Australian police services for law enforcement purposes including the investigation of any outstanding criminal offences.

    I acknowledge:

    • that the Board may validate documents provided in support of this application as evidence of my identity

    • that failure to complete all relevant sections of this application and enclose all supporting documentation may result in this application not being accepted.

    I undertake:

    • to comply with all relevant legislation, the Board Registration Standards, Codes and Guidelines.

    I declare:

    • that the above statements, and the documents provided in support of this application, are true and correct

    • that I am the person named in the attached documents.

    I make:

    • this declaration in the knowledge that a false statement is grounds for the Board to refuse registration.

    Signature of applicant/registrant Date

    DD / MM / YYYYSIGN HERE

    Printed name of applicant/registrant

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    Amount payable

    $

    Visa MasterCard

    Visa or MasterCard number

    Expiry date

    M M Y Y

    Cardholder’s signature

    SIGN HERE

    Cardholder’s name

    Credit / Debit Card Payment Slip - Please fill out

    SECTION J: Payment

    You are required to pay both an application and a registration fee.!

    Refund rules The application and assessment fees are non-refundable. The registration fee will be refunded if the application is not approved.

    Fees The fees applicable are outlined below. Registrants with a principal place of practice in New South Wales (NSW) are eligible for an annual registration fee rebate. Select the annual registration fee applicable depending on your principal place of practice and calculate the total payment amount.

    Assessment Fee Application Fee Registration Fee

    $220.00 + $115.00 + $ PAYMENT AMOUNT

    =

    $

    ItemNational

    FeeRebate for NSW

    registrants*Fee for NSW registrants*

    Fee for annual registration 115 11 104

    Registrants whose principal place of practice is New South Wales pay the national fee less the rebate from the NSW government.

    The registration period for the Nursing and Midwifery profession is 1 June to 31 May.

    The renewal date for the profession is 31 May.

    Applicants are always required to pay 100% of the annual registration fee.

    If the application is made in the first 10 months of the registration period applicants will be registered until the renewal date of the current year.

    If the application is made within the last two months of the registration period, applicants will be registered until the renewal date of the following year.

    31. How are you paying your registration fee?

    Payments by cheque, money order or bank draft must be in Australian currency, drawn on an Australian bank.

    Mark one box only

    Visa or MasterCard (credit or debit card) Fill out the credit / debit card payment slip below

    Cheque/Money order (payable to Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) Go to question 32

    You must attach cheque or money order.

    Cash/EFTPOS (only available if paying in person) Go to question 32

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    SECTION K: Checklist

    32. Have the following items been attached or arranged if required?

    Certified copies of all documents that provide sufficient evidence of your identity Question 9

    A certified photocopy of your passport Question 9

    A certified photocopy of your licence Question 10

    Certified copies of all your relevant academic qualifications Question 11

    A separate sheet with additional qualifications Question 11

    Certificate of Registration Status or Certificate of Good Standing Question 12

    A separate sheet with additional registration details Question 12

    Statement of Service from your employer(s) over the last 5 years Question 13

    Your Curriculum Vitae Question 13

    A separate sheet with an explanation of circumstances of your criminal history in Australia Question 14

    A separate sheet with an explanation of circumstances of your criminal history overseas Question 15

    A separate sheet with your impairment details Question 19

    A separate sheet with your suspension or cancellation details Question 20

    A separate sheet with your suspension, cancellation or refusal details Question 21

    A separate sheet with your conditions, undertakings or limitations details Question 22

    A separate sheet with your disqualifications details Question 23

    A separate sheet with your conduct performance or health proceedings Question 24

    Evidence that you have maintained continous professional practice Question 25

    Evidence of the successful completion of an approved English language test has been requested from relevant authority Question 27

    Evidence of maintaining continuous practice, employment or enrolment in a program using English as the primary language Question 28

    33. Has the associated fee been paid or attached?

    Application fee Completed Visa or Mastercard details provided or cheque or money order attached

    Registration fee Completed Visa or Mastercard details provided or cheque or money order attached

    Please post this form with payment to:

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