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RECOGNITION OF EMPLOYMENT AS HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ABROAD – COVID-19 EXCEPTIONAL PROCEDURE

 

RECOGNITION OF EMPLOYMENT AS HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ABROAD – COVID-19 EXCEPTIONAL PROCEDURE

RECOGNITION OF EMPLOYMENT AS HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS ABROAD – COVID-19 EXCEPTIONAL PROCEDURE

Pursuant to law no. 735 of 10th July 1960 (click here for the text in Italian), Italian and EU healthcare professionals may seek recognition of their employment abroad from the relevant Region for the purposes of taking part to an open competition (concorso) and as additional evalutation points. Please note that the requirements of the current legislation are published on the web portal of each Region.

Healthcare professionals wishing to have their documentation certifying employment abroad endorsed by this Consulate General may follow the exceptional postal procedure currently being used. You will need to send the following documentation by email to notarile.londra@esteri.it:

1) Scanned copy of your valid ID card or passport;

2) Scanned copy of the documentation certifying employment as a healthcare professional abroad containing the following information:

  • Position;
  • Pay-band;
  • Employment period (if currently employed, the endorsement date shall indicate the end of the period for which recognition is sought);
  • Ward/Department (if employed in a number of wards/departments the main duties carried out should be specified);
  • Salary;
  • Type of contract (e.g. part time or full time);
  • Signature of an administrative officer (e.g. Finance Director, HR Director, Director of Workforce etc.).

3) Translation of the above letter into Italian (in editable format, for instance Word or RTF);

4) Address where you wish to receive the endorsed documentation.

Once all necessary checks have been carried out, the Notary Department will provide the applicant with the Consulate bank details to pay by bank transfer the relevant consular fees (Art. 72a) and postal charges (for the UK: £7.70 by recorded delivery or £1.20 by ordinary post; for Italy: £8.48 by recorded delivery or £1.68 by ordinary post).

 


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