Vermont

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VERMONT BOARD OF NURSING

Office of Professional Regulation
89 Main Street, 3rd Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620
TEL:  802-828-2396  FAX802-828-2484
www.vtprofessionals.org

LICENSE BY ENDORSEMENT

Processing Fees 

 

Temp License Processing

Application

$150.00

Approx 7-10 business days upon receipt of all required docs – valid for 90 days (must not have any prior convictions OR disciplinary actions)

*Walk-Thru:  Issued same day

Documents Needed

Temp

Perm

Completed application

Yes

Yes

2x2 photo within last 6 months

Yes

Yes

Copy of driver’s license, government issued ID, or passport

Yes

Yes

Verification of original state license

No

Yes

Verification of current active state license

No

Yes

Photocopy of current active state license if not NURSYS

Yes

Yes

*Temporary permits are issued while other required docs are in process of receiving a permanent license.  Additional necessary steps to receive a permanent license MUST also be initiated.

LICENSE RENEWAL

Processing Fees

 

Renewal License Processing

Timely

$140

Approx 7-10 business days

Late fee (within 30 days)

$100

     -  After 30 days, must pay renewal fee, plus a late penalty fee equal to renewal fee plus $40, and for each additional month an additional $40 up to a maximum of $1,500

Additional Info

If renewing more than 30 days late, must submit verification of employment
Must have practiced nursing for a minimum of 50 days (400 hours) of current licensing period, or 120 days (960 hours) within five years of end of current licensing period

Online Renewal
https://secure.vtprofessionals.org/Login.aspx                         

Verify a VT license
https://secure.vtprofessionals.org/Lookup/LicenseLookup.aspx

NOTE:  Mailing address to send application/docs may be different than the physical address

 

In order to work in a compact state, each nurse must have proof of residence in a compact state in the form of a government issued id showing an actual street address (current driver /license) as well as a current, active RN /license in said state. This nurse does not need to obtain licensure in any of the other participating compact states.

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