Is Arizona a compact state?

Is Arizona a compact state?

Ten states passed and enacted the new Compact including Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Missouri, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Virginia and Wyoming.

Is Arizona a nursing license compact state?

A. If you hold a multistate nursing license from another state, you may practice on your privilege in Arizona, as it is a member of the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact. If you are not able to practice on a multistate license privilege, you still need to apply for a license/certificate, including under the new law.

How long is an AZ nursing license good for?

4 years
RN/LPN Renewal of licensure is when you hold an Arizona license and apply to renew the license every 4 years.

How do I get a copy of my nursing license AZ?

The Arizona State Board of Nursing stopped issuing hard copy licenses and certificates as of September 21, 2018. License or certificate information for LPN/RN/APRN can be verified through and CNA/LNA/CMA can be verified through the License/Certificate Verification Portal.

Is Arizona a walkthrough state?

The following states are considered walkthrough states: Arizona. Idaho. Louisiana.

How many hours do you have to work to keep your nursing license active Arizona?

960 hours
What is the practice requirement? The Board requires licensees to practice in some manner for at least 960 hours every 5 years, either as an employee or volunteer, to renew or obtain licensure.

How much is a Arizona nursing license?


RN/LPN Endorsement $150
RN/LPN Exam Fee and Licensure Fee $300
RN/LPN Re-Exam Fee $100
RN/LPN Fingerprint Fee $50

How long does it take to get an Arizona nursing license?

Please remember to submit your fingerprint card as soon as possible to expedite the process. A permanent license will not be issued until fingerprint results are received. Results can take up to 6-8 weeks to receive.

How do I keep my nursing license active when not working in Arizona?

Hold an active Arizona RN OR current RN license with multistate privileges in another compact state. Hold active national certification. (Your certification will expire when your RN license expires)

How long does it take to get Arizona nursing license?

How long does it take to become a registered nurse in Arizona?

between 2-4 years
Expect to spend between 2-4 years in a nursing degree program. These are typically full-time programs, which means that students are enrolled in 12 credit hours or more each semester.

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