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    Hello. My husband and I currently live in Boston and are relocating to New Jersey. He has his CNA license in MA. We wanted to know about the steps to aquire a license in NJ and what he has to do to switch his license.
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    all the info here at nj websites:

    home care and group homes:
    certified homemaker-home health aides




    nj nurse aide & personal care assistant candidate handbook

    http://www.asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/063100.pdf
    Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Apr 29, '06
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    Hello,

    CNAs are not licensed- they're certified.

    Nurses are licensed.
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    OK Well do you know what he has to do to be certified in NJ if he's already crtified in another state?


    Quote from Hellllllo Nurse
    Hello,

    CNAs are not licensed- they're certified.

    Nurses are licensed.
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    Quote from lamorena
    Hello. My husband and I currently live in Boston and are relocating to New Jersey. He has his CNA license in MA. We wanted to know about the steps to aquire a license in NJ and what he has to do to switch his license.
    Hello-I'm not sure of the steps but maybe you could contact the NJ Board of Nursing, I believe that they handle CNA certification as well. Good luck with your move!
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    Hi - its not very complicated, I have known some people that have gotten their certificates for nj after moving from PA - i think you need to submit proof of certificate, work experience, new adress etc...he should have the info from the state you are in - he can contact them for more info.


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