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- Feb 15, '10 by malenurzIf you live in the DC area, take the time to drive to DC, once you have all of your paperwork together and bring the stuff into the Department of Health yourself, in person. You can get same-day service (or nearly same day service) if you have everything done, and you bring it in yourself.
Otherwise, it can take months, and you get into issues like lost licenses in the mail etc.
Again, be sure you have everything in order before going there. That can be the toughest part.
- Feb 22, '10 by cbcleI applied by mail for licensure by endorsement. It was $230. I'm listed on their website as being licensed since mid-January, but I haven't received my license yet. I was a little surprised that my license expires this June. That seems a little early, but I think DC has all RNs renew their licesnses at the same time on even years and all LPNs renew on odd years, so I think eventually I'll only have to renew every other year.