I don't know any state that will allow you to either obtain an APN license while on a restricted RN license or work on an APN license with a revoked RN license.
From the CA BON:
IV. REPORTING PRIOR CONVICTIONS OR DISCIPLINE AGAINST LICENSES/CERTIFICATES
Applicants are required under law to report all misdemeanor and felony convictions. "Driving under the influence"
convictions must be reported. Convictions must be reported even if they have been adjudicated, dismissed or expunged
or even if a court ordered diversion program has been completed under the Penal Code or under Article 5 of the Vehicle
Code. Also, all disciplinary action against an applicant's nurse practitioner, registered nurse, practical nurse, vocational
nurse or other health care related license or certificate must be reported. Also any fine, infraction, or traffic violation over
$1,000.00 must be reported.
Failure to report prior convictions or disciplinary action is considered falsification of application and is grounds
for denial of licensure/certification or revocation of license/certificate.
When reporting prior convictions or disciplinary action, applicants are required to provide a full written explanation of:
circumstances surrounding the arrest(s), conviction(s), and/or disciplinary action(s); the date of incident(s), conviction(s)
or disciplinary action(s); specific violation(s) (cite section of law if convicted), court location or jurisdiction, sanctions or
penalties imposed and completion dates. Provide certified copies of arrest and court documents and for disciplinary
proceedings against any license as a RN or any health-care related license; include copies of state board
determinations/decisions, citations and letters of reprimand.
NOTE: For drug and alcohol convictions include documents that indicate blood alcohol content (BAC) and sobriety date.
To make a determination in these cases, the Board considers the nature and severity of the offense, additional
subsequent acts, recency of acts or crimes, compliance with court sanctions, and evidence of rehabilitation.