They have updated the page and clarified. Nurses will be able to work in Georgia on a multistate license as long as they maintain residency in the state that granted them the license. Having a multistate license will not mean automatic endorsement. Per the website, "In order to receive a multistate license in the eNLC, a nurse must meet the home state's qualifications, graduate from a board of nursing-approved nursing education program, pass the NCLEX-RN® or NCLEX-PN® Exam, have no active discipline on their license, submit to a criminal background check, have no prior state or federal felony convictions and have a valid Social Security number." So if a nurse's education does not meet Georgia licensing criteria, Georgia cannot become his/her home state.