The Podiatry Board of Australia (the Board)

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The Board offers Skills Assessments for podiatrists seeking migration to Australia.

The Podiatry Board of Australia is the Assessing Authority for the ANZSCO 252611 (Podiatrist) position for immigration purposes. However, it’s important to note that the Board and the affiliated organisation AHPRA (the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) do not provide visa services or migration advice.

Skills Assessment for Migration

For immigration skills assessment, the Podiatry Board of Australia recognises a Certificate of general registration as a podiatrist. If granted general registration, individuals can obtain their registration certificate through AHPRA's online services.


Enquiries regarding this assessment can be submitted through the AHPRA website. For comprehensive information on immigration, including visa applications and skills assessments, applicants are directed to visit the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs website.

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