LICENSING

STATE LICENSING INFORMATION

STATE LICENSING INFORMATION

Below you’ll find nursing licensing information state-by-state

As a travel nurse, you will need to get your nursing license in the state in which you choose to work. Each state has its own nursing license requirements and some states offer a Nursing Licensure Compact (NLC) which is an agreement between states that allows nurses to hold one valid nursing license that works in numerous states. Learn more about Nursing Compact States here. Many states throughout the Midwest have an NLC.

At Next Move, we’ll walk you through the process to make sure you’re licensed in the state(s) in which you’d like to work. We pride ourselves on our streamlined nursing license process, which has helped many nurses expedite the licensing process.

Whether you’re interested in a nursing compact license, an RN walk through state or simply need to renew an existing nursing license, we are here to help.

Alabama State Board of Nursing
https://www.abn.alabama.gov/

Arizona State Board of Nursing
https://www.azbn.gov/

Arkansas State Board of Nursing
https://www.arsbn.org/

California State Board of Nursing 
https://www.rn.ca.gov/

Colorado State Board of Nursing 
https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/Nursing

Kansas State Board of Nursing 
https://ksbn.kansas.gov/

Louisiana State Board of Nursing
http://www.lsbn.state.la.us/

Mississippi State Board of Nursing
https://www.msbn.ms.gov/

Missouri State Board of Nursing
https://pr.mo.gov/nursing.asp

New Mexico State Board of Nursing
https://nmbon.sks.com/

Nevada State Board of Nursing
https://nevadanursingboard.org/

Oklahoma State Board of Nursing 
https://nursing.ok.gov/

Oregon State Board of Nursing 
https://www.oregon.gov/OSBN/pages/index.aspx

Texas State Board of Nursing
https://www.bon.texas.gov/ 

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