Nurse Licensure Compact States

The Nurse Licensure Compact allows any nurse who resides in one of the 39 participating compact states to practice nursing in any of the states forming the compact state alliance. In order to work in a compact state, a nurse must have proof of residence in a compact state as well as a current, active RN license in said state. The nurse does not need to obtain licensure in any of the other participating compact states.

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Click here for more details. For a PDF of the NLC states, click here. You can also see a list of NLC states if you click here. 

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