A verification of registration is a report which outlines a member’s registration status with the SRNA.
Verifications are used by a regulatory body to confirm registration when a nurse is entering or leaving a province.
If you are moving to work in another province or country you will be asked to provide proof of licensure (a verification) that you are currently or were previously a member with the SRNA.
Please note that it can take up to 3-4 weeks for a request for a to be completed by the SRNA and sent to the nursing jurisdiction.
The verification report contains the following information:
- the member’s registration number;
- his/her initial registration date with the SRNA;
- current registration status as either: practicing, non-practicing or inactive;
- date of birth;
- former names (if applicable);
- nursing education program he/she has completed;
- registration status including good standing and if applicable, any encumbrances currently on the licence, e.g. investigation or discipline;
- name of the national licensure exam that was written in Saskatchewan. (If the licensure exam was written outside of Saskatchewan, the exam
- information will be sent from the original jurisdiction the member licenced in);
- previous registration in other jurisdictions;
- hours of nursing practice for the past 5 years. (These are self-reported hours the member claims at renewal); and
- if applicable, RN(NP) licensure information and his/her area of specialization.