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  • Can I Work in Other States if I Have a Compact and Multi-State License?

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    As an LPN and an RN with a compact or multi-state license, you can work in states outside of your initial licensed state as long as that state is part of the Nursa Licensure Compact (NLC).

    However, if you move to a new state and your nursing license expires, you will need to renew the license in your new permanent state. For further clarification on renewal, transfers, and other application processes for compact and non-compact states, please visit the national NLC website.

    The NLC provides a helpful map that shows which states fall within the NLC Jurisdiction and Status.

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