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ASGR-40

*ASGR-40*

SECTION D: Proof of identity

You must provide proof of your identity with this application

The minimum requirements for overseas applicants, or those who have recently arrived in Australia, can be found in the AHPRA Proof of identity requirements document under the heading What special circumstances apply to overseas applicants or applicants who have recently arrived in Australia? This document is available at www.ahpra.gov.au/identity

  • You must provide evidence from category A, B, and C.

  • You must only use each document once.

  • If your evidence from category C or B does not include your residential address, you must also provide evidence from category D.

Please indicate on the chart below which piece of evidence you are submitting for each category and attach the certified documents to your application.

  • 12.

    Which documents from each category will you provide for proof of identity? The documents provided must meet the following criteria:

    • At least one document must be in the applicant’s current name.

    • Your category B document must have a recent photo.

    • All documents must be officially translated into English. For documents translated in Australia, the translator must be accredited by NAATI – see www.naati.com.au For documents translated overseas, see www.fit-ift.org for a list of authorities who provide certified translations. Please refer to ranslating documents at www.ahpra.gov.au/translate for further information.

    • Australian birth certificate extracts are not accepted.

    • If using your passport, a certified copy of the identity information page (the photo page) must be provided.

    • All documents must be true certified copies of the original. See Certifying documents in the Information and definitions section of this form for more information.

Choose proof of identity documents to submit: (A document may only be used once for any category)

Documents

Category used: ABC

Documents

Category used: ABC

Australian passport

Medicare card

NA NA

Overseas passport with current Aus Australian birth certificate Current Australian visa Australian Armed Services papers Travel documents with Aust. visa Australian citizenship certificate Australian driver licence Working with children check card Firearm or shooters licence Student ID card International driver licence Proof of age card Change of name certificate Australian marriage certificate Australian divorce papers Board registration certificate

t. visa

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

PAYG payment summary Motor vehicle registration Financial institution statement Taxation assessment notice Health insurance card Pension card Category D documents

A document from Category D is only required if your Category B or C document does not provide evidence of your residential address.

I have used a Category B or C document that has my current residential address

Mortgage papers Rate notices Lease or tenancy agreement Utility account

Bank acct. details – credit or ATM card

NA

NA

Electoral enrolment card

You must attach a certified copy of all proof of identity documents that you have indicated above.

SECTION E: Qualification for the profession(s)

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 hold either:

  • (a)

    an approved qualification for the health profession; or

  • (b)

    a qualification that the National Board considers to be substantially equivalent, or based on similar competencies to an approved qualification; or

  • (c)

    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 National Board for the purpose of general registration in the health profession; or.

  • (d)

    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 point (a) above and examinations or assessments accepted under point (c) above.

If you are applying for registration as a nurse and midwife you are required to provide documentation for both professions.

Effective from: 9 September 2014

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