Nursing Certificate Attestation for UAE

Nursing is termed to be one of the most in-demand jobs in the UAE. The demand for certified Nurses has grown consistently over the past years. Many government and private hospitals in UAE are hiring nurses from India, the Philippines, Egypt etc. According to reports, the average salary for a Registered Nurse in UAE is about 95,000 AED per year. The salaries for a registered and certified Nurse in the UAE is higher than the average salary for this same occupation in many other countries. This attracts foreign nurses to work in the UAE. If you are a nurse moving to UAE for a better career, you should know how to get your documents ready.

Important documents Which you should not forget taking it with you:

High School Certificate (HSC).

Nursing Certificate (Attested).

Experience Certificate (Attested).

Nursing Licenses.

Copy of passport.

Passport-sized photos.

One of the most important thing that you must do during this time is attesting your nursing degree or diploma certificate. Nursing Certificate Attestation is done to make your certificate legal for use in UAE.

Following is the procedure for your Nursing Certificate Attestation for UAE:-

Notary Verification from home country.

A notary in your home country should verify your nursing certificate before it goes through further attestation procedures.

Foreign Affairs Verification from Home Country.

After verification from the notary, you should get your nursing certificate attested from the Foreign affairs department in your country.

UAE Embassy from Home Country.

The document attested by the foreign affairs department should be verified by the embassy of UAE in your country, saying that the concerned authority in your country has verified it.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs from UAE.

After you reach UAE, you should get the documents attested from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in UAE.

To obtain an Employment visa for UAE, you must get your educational and personal certificates attested by the concerned authorities in your country, followed by the attestation from the UAE embassy in your country and finally from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in UAE. The employer will need your attested certificates to process the Labor card for their employees. The labour card is a mandatory requirement for all employees in UAE according to Labor law.

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