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It's time to renew! Five things to know for 2016

posted Dec. 7, 2015

Registration renewal will be open from Jan. 4-Feb. 29, 2016. With renewal just around the corner, here are a few things you need to know for 2016:

  1. Fees

    There will be no increase to your renewal fees.
  2. Returning to practice before Feb. 29, 2016? Apply early!

    If you're returning to practice before or on Feb. 29, 2016, we recommend you submit your status change application as soon as possible.

    This will help ensure that there is time to get your application processed so you can renew your registration before Feb. 29, 2016. Not sure about what you need to do? Please call us and we’ll walk you through it.
  3. Too many passwords to remember? No problem!

    Mobile sign in lets you sign in to your account without having to remember a password. After we confirm who you are, a six-digit code will be texted to your mobile phone. Once you enter it, you’re in. No password to remember!

    Interested in using this service? Before you get started, make sure you have given us permission to send texts to your cell phone. Set this up by logging into your account and adding this to your communication preferences.
  4. Professional liability protection

    Effective March​ 1, 2016, your professional liability protection will be provided by the Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS).
  5. Tax receipts

    The tax receipt you receive from CRNBC includes the total annual amount that you pay for registration within a given year. This year, it became possible for you to get a pro-rated refund if you downgrade your status to non-practising or inactive. Because the total amount you pay may vary throughout the year, your tax receipt will only be available after the current calendar year ends. Your 2015 tax receipt will be available through your online account on Jan. 1, 2016.
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