Rachael Onwona Dentaa

Registered Nurse, GHANA

Rachael is a Ghanaian trained nurse. She worked as a nurse in Ghana for 3 years and is very experienced in her profession. She wants to further equip her nursing skills and get new experiences in another country. She was financially challenged and did not know the exact way to go about coming to the UK as a nurse. Luckily, her friend introduced her to IANS!

She is really excited about the reception and the new environment she will find herself in the UK. She attended the IANS Nursing Seminar in Accra on 13 June 2019, and was invited for an interview on 14 June 2019. She received an offer from Country Court Care on 19 June 2019, and on 28 June 2019, her CoS (Certificate of Sponsorship) was assigned. On 03 July 2019, her visa application was submitted, and on 23 July, her flight to the UK was booked. Finally, she arrived in the UK on 28 July 2019 and started OSCE Training on 29 July 2019. In just SIX WEEKS, her dream came true!

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JOURNEY WITH IANS

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CHALLENGE

She was financially challenged and did not know the exact way to go about coming to the UK as a nurse.

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INTRODUCTION

Her friend introduced IANS to her!

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SOLUTION Used IANS full recruitment service which included finding a new T2 Sponsor, arranging interviews & submitting her visa
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RESULT Within a weeks her CoS was assigned and 3 weeks later her visa was granted and travelled to UK without delay. Now with NMC pin.
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TIMELINE TO UK

  • 14 JUN 2019 | INTERVIEW

  • 28 JUN 2019 | COS ASSIGNED

  • 03 JUL 2019 | VISA SUBMITTED

  • 11 JUL 2019 | VISA GRANTED

  • 28 JUL 2019 | ENTERED THE UK

  • 28 AUG 2019 | OBTAINED NMC PIN

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