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AHPRA processing time

Discussion in 'Australia' started by alan cooper, Oct 5, 2016.

  1. alan cooper

    alan cooper Member


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    Hello

    I'm just trying to find out the average processing time for registration with AHPRA for an overseas Podiatrist. I sent my application in around 4 weeks ago and have had a email saying my documents had arrived in Brisbane.

    Any advice would be very welcome.

    Many thanks

    Alan
     
  2. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

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    My understanding (from a few yrs ago) is that it used to take quite a while due to the need to do an international criminal record check..... it may have changed more recently.
     
  3. alan cooper

    alan cooper Member

    Thank you Craig. I have had to have a police check as part of the process. This shouldn't be a problem I've always been well behaved.

    Once again thanks for your reply.
     
  4. Cannuck1988

    Cannuck1988 Welcome New Poster

    Hello Allan,

    I applied from the UK and once the documents where received took about 3-4 weeks after that and my certificate came through. So hopefully will be with you shortly. They are currently going through renewals for November so suppose that may be holding it up a little bit.

    Good Luck!
     
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