How long does it take to get a NARIC certificate?

How long does it take to get a NARIC certificate?

How Long Does It Take Before I Receive My NARIC Statement Of Comparability? It usually takes 10-15 days from the time your documents and payments are received. Some delays may occur if prompt replies are not received to enquiries during the research into your qualifications.

How do I track Ecctis?

You can add the Fast Track service to your application online; once you have chosen the service you require, simply select either Fast Track 24- or 48-hours. Please check our application and document requirements carefully and upload the correct documents to avoid delays.

How long it takes for Ecctis?

Once we have received all required documents and payment, we will complete your assessment within 10 working days. If you have a deadline, we recommend that you use our 24- or 48-hour Fast Track service. Our Fast Track service includes tracked mail delivery, and an eStatement, as part of the order.

Does UK NARIC certificate expire?

How long is UK NARIC valid for? A statement issued by UK NARIC, now known as UK ENIC, will be valid indefinitely. Once you have paid for and obtained your qualification comparability statement you will not need to apply for another one, unless you need a replacement.

Is transcript mandatory for NARIC?

For immigration purposes the first part is relatively easy for UK NARIC to determine; all you need to send are copies of your degree certificate, transcript and diploma supplement (and translations of these documents, if they are not in English).

How much is UK NARIC fast track?

You can go for Fast Track Service which costs £210.00 + VAT* (£252.00) for 24 hours and £160.00 + VAT* (£192.00) for 48 hours.

Is NARIC certificate still valid?

Is it still valid? Yes. All statements issued by UK NARIC remain valid. Employers, education providers, the Home Office, CSCS schemes are aware of the changes and should not treat UK NARIC statements any differently from those issued by UK ENIC or Ecctis.

How do I get a UK NARIC certificate for nursing?

List of documents (copy/scan) for the UK NARIC assessment needed are:

  1. Final certificate.
  2. Academic transcripts.
  3. Medium of Instruction letter (MOI letter) confirming that the qualification was taught and assessed completely in English.
  4. Translations of all documents, if not issued in English originally.

How long is Ecctis certificate valid?

The e-statement is valid to download for 3 months from date of issue.

How much is UK Naric fast track?

Do I need NARIC certificate?

After the 6th April 2016 all visa and ILR applicants must have their non-British qualifications certified by NARIC to show they are equivalent to British standard. Without this certificate and evidence, your ILR or Visa application will be rejected.

When does UK NARIC’s visas and Nationality service launch?

See our post UK NARIC’s Visas and Nationality Service launches on 6 April for more up-to-date information. Also, as of 6 April 2017, UK NARIC statements can be used to evidence English levels A1, A2, B1, and B2, in addition to C1. UK NARIC has been receiving a lot of enquiries recently about UK Visas and British citizenship.

Can I apply for a UK NARIC card for another person?

If you require any UK NARIC services for another person, you will need to create a new application using a different email address. There can only be one applicant per online application. Any other applicants will need their own application, and will be given a separate reference number.

How do I get a statement from UK NARIC?

We recommend that you check with the Home Office UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) if you need a statement from UK NARIC for your particular immigration application and your particular situation (and if any additional paperwork or evidence is necessary). UKVI (and not UK NARIC) has the final word on all these matters.

Do I need UK NARIC’s services?

For advice on whether you require UK NARIC’s services or to take a Secure English Language Test for your visa purposes, you would need to contact the Home office/ UK Visas and Immigration or a professional Immigration Adviser; we are unable to comment on visa requirements. UKVI’s contact details can be found here: