Front line staffing crisis

There is an ongoing concern in staffing level since the spread of COVID in the country. As we know a good proportion of health care staff has been temporarily wiped out due to various reasons including contracting the COVID virus, forced to self-isolate due to close...

Migrant Nurses Ireland is making an official petition to the Department of Justice to review the current practice on Atypical Work Permit that allow nurses to commence their job with the same permit rather waiting for an employment permit.

Migrant nurses are provided with Atypical work Permit once they obtain the decision letter from NMBI. The Atypical Work Permit is issued by the Irish Naturalization and Immigration Service (INIS) under the Department of Justice and Equality which is valid for a period...
INMO Launches Agreement with Migrant Nurses Ireland

INMO Launches Agreement with Migrant Nurses Ireland

INMO Press Release – 9.11.20 The INMO has launched today (Monday) its co-operation agreement with Migrant Nurses Ireland, an organisation which supports Indian nurses and work closely with the INMO overseas section to support the wider community of migrant...