I would like to Inquire about the possibility to revalidate my dental degree in Chile to be able to practice legally.
I studied dentistry in English. I would like to know the steps to do so and if there is an agency or lawyer to help do so.
Thank you in advance
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Have you tried contacting a local lawyer for assistance? They are likely to have the most up to date information on whether or not you need to revalidate your degree. Where did you study? This could also have an impact on the revalidation process.
Have a look at our guides to working and education in Chile for more information.