You must have an eligible nurse position or job title and may need to upload specific documents to verify as a nurse. This article explains what documents nurses must upload during the verification process.
Documents must be issued within the last four years, or within the past year if it’s a paystub. These documents are also acceptable for Canadian nurses. You can submit:
- A valid nursing license.
- An unexpired ID card.
- An employment letter that states your position as a registered nurse, licensed practical nurse, nurse practitioner, nurse anesthetist, nursing assistant, or other certified nursing position.
- A pay stub that states your position within the last year.
The documents you submit must include the following:
- Full or part of your full name must be visible on your documents.
- Nurse job title.
Keep in mind:
- The name on the document you upload must match the name you enter during the verification process.
- If your name has changed, you must upload one of the acceptable documents and a document that shows your name change. For example, a marriage certificate or legal name change document are acceptable for name changes.
- If you upload more than one document, both documents must be combined into one file for upload.
- Screenshots of databases and look-up sites are acceptable if the URL is at least partly visible.