- A person who holds the necessary qualifications in veterinary science and whose principal place of residence is NSW may be granted Full Registration.
- Applicants who studied overseas should check whether the applicant for full registration is required to pass the National Veterinary Exam (NVE).
- Under National Recognition of Veterinary Registration (NRVR) a veterinarian registered in another Australian state or territory has Deemed Registration and is able to practise as a veterinarian in NSW
- A veterinarian registered in another Australian state or territory who moves to NSW must register in NSW once his or her primary place of residence is in NSW
- Please ensure any copies of necessary documents submitted to the Board with an Application for Full Registration are certified by an authorised witness
- Please note that application payments cannot be made online
- Please allow 7-10 days for applications to be processed
- If you are granted Full Registration:
- New graduates who have a copy of their degree or testamur and have not yet worked as a veterinarian do not need to submit a Letter of Professional Standing
- If you are a graduand with the necessary qualifications in veterinary science (completed the requirements of the degree but do not yet have a copy of your degree or testamur) you should apply for Provisional Registration
- Registered veterinarians must notify the Board of any change to their name, address or contact details within 14 days of the change