Health care profession; application for a certificate of no objection to start work abroad

If you want to work abroad in a non-academic health profession, you will usually need a "certificate of good standing".

Description

The "Certificate of Good Standing" (Unbedenklichkeitsbescheinigung) is proof of authorization to practice the health profession without restriction in the area of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Certificate of Good Standing also confirms that no professional or disciplinary measures have been taken or initiated.

You will need this certificate if you wish to practice your non-academic health profession abroad.

The government in whose jurisdiction you are currently practicing or last practiced your profession is responsible for issuing the "Certificate of Good Standing".

The certificate is generally issued in German.

Prerequisites

You would like to practice a non-academic medical profession abroad (e.g. healthcare and nursing assistant, midwife/delivery nurse).

Required documents

  • Copy of the identity card
  • certified copy of the professional license
  • Extended certificate of good conduct for submission to the authorities for the professions of health and nursing officer / health and children's nurse / nursing specialist
  • Certificate of good conduct for submission to the authorities for all other health professions

Forms

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Fees

  • The cost range is from 40 to 500 EUR.

Status: 21.07.2022

Responsible for editing: Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Gesundheit und Pflege

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