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Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association

 

 

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.


Leaving Saskatchewan

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.

Contact the nursing jurisdiction you are moving to and request their verification form. Complete it and submit it to the SRNA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If the jurisdiction does not have a verification form, send a signed and dated letter to the SRNA authorizing the release of your information to that jurisdiction. The letter can be mailed to the SRNA 2066 Retallack Street, Regina SK SRT 7X5 or emailed (with your electronic signature) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Once the verification request is received by the SRNA, you will be required to pay the verification fee. Contact the SRNA office [306.359.4200 or 1.800.667.9945 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.] and state that you have completed a verification request. Once the fee s processed, a report will be completed and forwarded directly to the regulatory body.

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.

 

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