What is Nursing Certificate Attestation Dubai?
Dubai has one of the best healthcare systems in the world. And this system has had rising demand for certified nurses over the last few years. There are many public a well as private healthcare institutions that are looking for certified nurses from Asian countries of India, Philippines, South-East Asian countries, etc. The average certified nurse in Dubai has a yearly salary of about AED 95,000.
The healthcare industry needs trained and hardworking nurses to take care of patients and look after their needs and necessities. A nurse needs to be compassionate and dedicated, to properly address the needs of the patient. Certified and trained nurses are always required to ensure the correct diagnoses and awareness of the ongoing public health issues. Nurses play a huge role in safeguarding public health in times of need.
If you are a certified and registered nurse, you will get a much better salary in Dubai compared to many other countries. The average salary of a nurse in Dubai is very high, and this attracts many certified nurses from countries, especially south-east Asian countries and Arab countries. But to move to Dubai for work opportunities involves a few formalities.
If you are a registered or certified nurse in your home country and are seeking to move to Dubai for work opportunities, you first need a work visa for UAE. To obtain the work or employment visa, you need to do document attestation for your nursing certificate and other records. The process of nursing certificate attestation in Dubai must be completed well in advance before applying for the UAE work visa. Nursing certificate attestation requires attestation of several documents and visiting different government offices. This is why you must properly understand and remember all the steps of obtaining nursing certificate attestation.
Important documents required for nurse certificate attestation in UAE
- High School Graduation Certificate (HSC)
- Nursing degree Certificate
- Experience Certificate
- Nursing Licenses
- Copy of passport
- Passport-sized photos
In order to get your nursing certificates attested, you need these document copies to be attested by various departments of the home country where the documents were issued, so that you can find work opportunities as a certified nurse in Dubai.
These are the various stages of attestation of nursing certificates for Dubai:
- Notary Verification from the home country
The first step in the nursing certificate attestation is getting your documents attested from a notary in your home country.
- Ministry of External Affairs Verification from Home Country
After document attestation from the notary in your home country, you need to get the documents attested from the ministry of external affairs in your home country.
- UAE Embassy
After the ministry of external affairs, you need the attested documents to be submitted to the UAE embassy in your home country for verification, to ensure all the documents are authentic and you have a legitimate reason.
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs of UAE
Inside Dubai, to obtain a work permit for a certified nurse, you need to get your documents verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It is important to have a valid nursing license in Dubai in order to get employment as a certified nurse. This is done because the original documents and certificates for nursing were not issued inside the UAE but originated from another country outside the UAE.
The employer will require your work permit and license as well as other nursing certificates before they issue you a labour card. The labour card is essential for everyone who is employed in the UAE.
What is the importance of nursing certificate attestation in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, UAE?
If you are a registered nurse in a country outside Dubai, you need to attest to all your documents and copies to ensure that they are genuine and authentic. This way, they can be useful in Dubai.
Today, verifying the document copies is very important. With rising cases of counterfeit certificates and illegal companies cheating customers, it is needed to ensure that the person has genuine documents and has a legitimate reason to visit Dubai. Through the process of attestation, all your copies of documents are checked and verified to represent the true information. In case they are in any language other than an official language of UAE, it needs to be translated, and the translation copy also needs to be attested.
The attested copies have a signature and seal of the presiding officer. Only the copies are marked, no sign or seal is placed on the original documents. The original certificates are only needed to verify the copies. After the verification, the officer puts his seal and sign over it according to the prevailing rules as per the home country.
If you are planning to work as a certified nurse in Dubai, you will need to obtain a visa to enter the country. There are different types of visas depending upon your purpose of visit and duration of stay. Before issuing a visa, the embassy of UAE in your home country needs to identify your documents as genuine and credible. Once they verify all the documents, they will issue a visa. But the visa will not be granted if there are any issues or discrepancies found in the application.
The process of obtaining a visa involves many stages of document attestation and visiting many offices. Sometimes these offices are in different cities than in your hometown. You need to visit your institution, the notary, the office of the ministry of external affairs as well as the embassy. You need to have the complete list of documents with the proper process followed;otherwise, you will need to repeat the whole process.
That being said, you must pick the service provider after due diligence only as there are many incompetent entities also present in the market. Do your research, select the best service provider with proven credentials for complete peace of mind. It is advisable that you start the attestation process a few weeks before you plan on applying for the visa to avoid any last-minute hurdles.
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