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1st July 2018 deadline for restoring to the Register

Home News Latest News 1st July 2018 deadline for restoring to the Register
June 20, 2018

If you were removed and do not make the restoration application on or before 1 July 2018 you must go through a new registration application process and pay your ARF and restoration fees, as per the removal letter sent to you in March 2018.

Removals from the Register of Nurses and Midwives took place in March 2018 following a meeting of the NMBI Board. Names were removed from the Register of Nurses and Midwives in accordance with Section 77 of the Nurses and Midwives Act 2011 (the Act) for failure to pay the Annual Retention Fee for 2018. 

If you were removed and do not make the restoration application on or before 1 July 2018 you must go through a new registration application process and pay your ARF and restoration fees, as per the removal letter sent to you in March 2018. 

Restoration Process

You can apply to restore your name to the Register, in accordance with Section 78 of the Act on or before 1 July 2018.   Please note the following important instructions:

  • Please click to download the Restoration Form.

  • Complete the form fully and sign it. 

  • Return the completed form along with the restoration fee of €250 AND pay your outstanding ARF.  The restoration fee amount can be paid by completing the credit/debit card mandate on the Restoration Form or by enclosing a bank draft, postal order, or cheque. It may take up to 7 working days to process the form. Please be advised that no personal cheques or cash payments will be accepted.

  • Alternatively please call our call centre on 1890 200 116.

It is your legal and professional responsibility to ensure that your name is on the Register if you practise nursing or midwifery in Ireland. It is an offence to practise nursing/midwifery if your name is not on the Register. This includes clinical practice, nursing /midwifery management, education or research.

 

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