If you are subject to immigration control, you will be required to provide evidence of your immigration status as at the closing date of the post to which you are applying. If you have limited leave to remain, you will be considered for the post as long as your immigration category allows you to take up a training programme and is valid on the closing date of the post to which you are applying.
Wales Deanery is unable to arrange a clinical attachment for you.
You may also wish to refer to the Clinical Attachment Guidelines on the British Medical Association (BMA) website.
In the UK the term International Medical Graduates (IMGs) refers to overseas doctors and refugee doctors whose primary medical qualification is from a medical school outside the UK and EU. This term also includes UK citizens who have trained in medical schools outside the UK and EU, and overseas doctors who have trained in a UK medical school but do not have rights of residence.
Doctors who have trained in EU medical schools and have worked in the EU countries are considered separately in the UK as they have rights similar to UK trained doctors.