The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) allows nurses to obtain a multi-state nursing license, enabling them to practice in other nursing compact states without having to apply for additional licensure. The Nurse Licensure Compact is especially beneficial for travel nurses, as it allows RNs to travel to multiple states without having to deal with the costs and time associated with getting additional nursing licensure.
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How to Get Your Compact Nursing License
In order to obtain a compact nursing license, individuals must meet the requirements set forth by the NCSBN below:
Individuals must legally reside in a designated nursing compact state. (See list above)
Individuals must hold an active RN or LPN/VN nursing license that’s in good standing with the BON
Individuals must declare a compact nursing state as their primary state of residence.
Individuals must meet the nursing licensure requirements in their home state (i.e. primary state of residence).
*For more detailed instructions on how to get your multi-state nursing license, visit the NCBSN website.