Evidence of your practice in an EEA member state
- Declaring your fitness to practise
- Translating documents that aren’t in English
- How do I send my documents?
- What if I also want to apply for specialist or GP registration?
- How much does it cost to apply?
- How long will it take to process my application?
- Coming to an identity check in the UK
- I am ready to apply
If you have been working as a doctor in the EEA member state that recognised your overseas primary medical qualification you'll need to submit:
- a compliancy letter from the medical regulator in that country.
This letter must confirm that your primary medical qualification has been recognised in that country in accordance with article 2.2 of The Medical Directive on Recognition of Professional Qualifications, and that you have been working as a doctor in that country for three years in accordance of article 3.3 of the Directive.
If you have not been working as a doctor in the EEA member state that recognised your medical qualification, you‘ll need to provide details of your pre-graduate or postgraduate internship.