The only info I have is that IL is not a "walk-thru" state. Although, you can get a temporary permit.
You have to do the fingerprint thing, too....arrrgggggg. :uhoh21:
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The Office of Professional Registration is located in Springfield. When I moved here from Indiana - it seemed to take forever - actually about 8 weeks to get an RN license.
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...let me know what you find out. I am a nurse in the Chicago area relocating to Ohio in July.
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[font=lucida sans unicode]you could probably contact the state bon and they can prob get you in the right direction or possibly give you the info you seek. there is a website thet has links to all 50 states bon and it is
[font=lucida sans unicode]http://www.ncsbn.org/regulation/boar...sing_board.asp
[font=lucida sans unicode]it has phone #s, addresses and a lot of helpful info for all bon"s in the us. hope it helps.