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Getting Tx nursing license

CJLESNER CJLESNER (New) New

I have a Il rn license and will be applying online for a texas license. Does anyone know how long it takes?

Camelhappy1

Specializes in ER, Rural Nursing, Public Health.

I received my temp license in about 2 weeks. My perm license I received within 3-4 weeks. They were pretty darn quick with me BUT I've heard the opposite. As long as you have your temp license you'll be able to work.

Chou and welcome to Texas.... Yeeehaaaa!

TexasPediRN

Specializes in Pediatrics Only.

My temp license took 2 weeks, and I applied back in early september.

My permanent license however, I just received about 2 weeks ago. (My temp license expired today). I was listed online as a RN with my permament license for a while, it just took forever to receive it.

I received my temp license in about 2 weeks. My perm license I received within 3-4 weeks. They were pretty darn quick with me BUT I've heard the opposite. As long as you have your temp license you'll be able to work.

Chou and welcome to Texas.... Yeeehaaaa!

Hi

Im from the Phils and has a NM license that I am endorsing to TX

Will they give me a permanent license?

How many years is it valid and will they send the copy

of the license to me?

thanks

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Has 14 years experience. Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

I endorsed my California license into Texas. The temporary Texas license took about 1 week to arrive in the mail. Overall, the endorsement process of obtaining a permanent Texas license took about 6 weeks.

ca-us rn

Has 11 years experience. Specializes in emergency-medical-surgical.

Hi

Im from the Phils and has a NM license that I am endorsing to TX

Will they give me a permanent license?

How many years is it valid and will they send the copy

of the license to me?

thanks

yes, first they will give you a temporary license, then after few weeks you will receive your permanent license. license is valid for two years and renewable every two years.

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