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USRN License Renewal Application

What do you need to know about USRN License Renewal?

USRN License renewal is the procedure by which candidates who hold a USRN license must apply for frequent renewal of their licenses to practice nursing. Various BONs (Board of Nursing) established guidelines for nurses to apply for periodic renewal of their licenses. Some states require demonstration of continuing education, practice hours, or other activities as part of the renewal requirements.

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IL RN licenses only expire every 31st of May of an even-numbered year, even if renewed late.

No, each state in the US has different sets of RN renewal requirements, the process of registration, and fees per state.

The Texas RN license can be renewed at least 60 days before the expiration date.

Continuing education isn't necessary for a first time Illinois RN renewal unless there will be changes with the board's policy.

Yes, but must present an Expired/Lapsed Attestation (ELA) within five business days of submitting the candidate's Renewal Application.

As a New York State licensed professional, a candidate will be required to renew their registration every two to three years, depending on the candidate's registration requirements.

As of September 1, 2008, the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) no longer issues paper or duplicate licenses.

Sixty days before the license expires, the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) mails a renewal postcard to the last known address in their system. The candidate may contact the board of nursing to update the address or check at the nearest post office.

Yes. Nurses must attest to completing a minimum of twenty (20) contact hours before renewing their license. First time licensees by examination and endorsement are exempt from this requirement upon their first renewal.

It can take more or less 30 days if no delay from the courier. But still, the timeframe will vary based upon the volume of applications currently under submission.