Announcement: New Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) Rule

Posted in Latest News on January 11, 2024.

As of January 2, 2024, a new NLC rule is in effect.  Nurses relocating to another Compact state now have 60 days from the time they move to apply for a license by endorsement in the new primary state of residence.

The new rule (effective beginning January 2, 2024) reads:

  • 402(2) A multistate licensee who changes primary state of residence to another party state shall apply for a multistate license in the new party state within 60 days.

Helpful FAQs and a brief video about the new rule are available online.

Nurses can enroll at no cost in Nursys eNotify to receive notifications related to license renewals at www.nursys.com.

For more information, visit www.nlc.gov or email nursecompact@ncsbn.org.

You may also wish to review the below resources for additional information:



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