If you need to update your Automatic Mutual Recognition (AMR) notification details, you can do this online.

You can:

  • resume a notification currently in draft

  • update the expiry date if your home state licence or registration has been renewed

  • surrender a notification if you no longer wish to work in NSW

  • reinstate a notification if you have previously surrendered it

  • update the details of any public protection requirements.

You cannot change the occupation stated on your notification. If you need to notify an additional occupation licence or registration, visit Notify to work in NSW under Automatic Mutual Recognition.

To continue working in NSW under AMR, you must keep your notification details up to date and hold a current home state licence.

Note: If you've updated your personal details in your MyServiceNSW Account, the changes will transfer over to your AMR notification details when you update online.

What you need

If you're updating:

  • your licence or registration expiry date – a copy of the front and back of your renewed home state licence
  • details of public protection requirements – copies of the supporting documents.

Accepted file types are PDF, DOCX, DOC, JPEG, JPG or PNG; maximum 2MB file size.

How to update details

  1. Select the 'Update online' button.
    Note: You can save and resume your notification, but if you have not submitted it within 60 days, any details you've entered will be deleted.
  2. Log into your MyServiceNSW Account.
  3. From 'My Notifications' select the item you need to update.
  4. Follow the prompts to update your notification details.


To notify to work in NSW under the Automatic Mutual Recognition scheme with the Department of Customer Service (DCS), you'll need to create or log in with a MyServiceNSW Account.

By logging in you consent to sharing your name and email address in your MyServiceNSW Account with DCS.

The Automatic Mutual Recognition – privacy collection notice explains how your personal information will be handled once it is shared by Service NSW.

More information

For more information about AMR, visit Automatic Mutual Recognition.

Last updated: 9 February 2024