NNAS has extended the application expiry date all applications expiring before Sept 30/21 to Sept 30/21.  Due to the high volume of applications becoming ready for review, it may take longer to issue some Advisory Reports.  We apologize for the delay. Please check the News and Events section for more information.

AGM Notice: The National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) Annual General meeting will be held on September 27, 2021  Please visit our News and Events section for registration details.

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Understand the Timelines and Fees

The Main Application Order is the first NNAS application type you need to purchase. You must select one nursing group and one province for your application. It will be active for up to 12 months from the date paid application is submitted. It expires if all required documents are not received by NNAS within that time. …

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Application & Other Fees

Below is a breakdown of fees that you may need to pay during the application process. All fees are in U.S. Dollars, Applicable sales taxes will be added to these fees. Main Application Order – $650 USD The Main Application Order is the first NNAS application type you will need to purchase. You must select one …

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Submit your proof of Identity documents

You must submit two forms of identification directly to NNAS. They must be notarized, copies of original documents (signed, dated, and stamped) complete with your signature. You must be with the notary at the time your original documents are copied and notarized as certified true copies. NNAS does not accept original identity documents. In Canada, …

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Gather the documents you will need to provide

You must submit two forms of identification directly to NNAS. They must be notarized, copies of original documents (signed, dated, and stamped) complete with your signature. You must be with the notary at the time your original documents are copied and notarized as certified true copies. NNAS does not accept original identity documents. •       In Canada, …

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Frequently Asked Questions

General Information What is the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS)? NNAS offers an easy way for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) to submit documents that allow them to register as nurses in Canada. NNAS has a contract with Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) International in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Their role is to: Receive …