NLC Requirements when MOVING
-when a nurse moves from a compact state to a noncompact state to practice nursing, the compact state license is changed to a single-state license and the nurse will have to applyfor licensure by endorsemet in the new state of residency.
-when a nurse declares a compact state as the primary state of residency, the nurse must apply for licensure by endorsement in the new state f residency.
-when a nurse changes primary state of residency by moving from one compact state to another compact state, the nurse can practice on the former residency license for up to 30days. The nurse is required to apply for licensure by endorsement, pay any applicable fees and complete a declaration of primary state of residency in the new home state, whereby a new multistate license is issued and the former license is inactivated. Proof of residency may be required.
-Licensure renewal cycles vary state to state. Nurses are required to promptly declare a new state of residency when they obtain a new driver's license, change where federal taxes are paid or register to vote and not wait for their license to lapse or expire in the prior home state.
Best bet is, if you cant get a hold of either bon, call NCSBN and ask for advice because they know the NLC much better and they could help you more.
Last edit by anaoj89 on Dec 13, '12