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New States eNLC Go Into Effect July 1

More opportunities to travel with a Kansas, Louisiana, or Indiana RN license As of today, July 1, three news states have implemented the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact. Kansas and Louisiana passed laws earlier that created a July 1 effective date. Indiana just recently passed their legislation, with an effective date of July 1. The processes

Kansas officially joins eNLC on July 1

More opportunities to travel with a Kansas license On April 10, 2018, Gov. Jeff Colyer signed a bill making Kansas the 30th member of the eNLC.  Kansas’ eNLC implementation date is July 1, 2019. That means if you obtained a license from any one of these 30 states, your license is now valid in all

eNLC News: Colorado & New Mexico Approve New Compact

Exciting News! Colorado & New Mexico have joined the eNLC  What does it mean for you? Colorado & New Mexico joining the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) means more opportunity for you! Gov. John Hickenlooper’s signing of the new bill expands the nursing pool in Colorado to include nurses from all 29 eNLC states, and

eNLC News: Wisconsin Approves New Compact

The state government in Wisconsin announced last week that it will join the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC). What does it mean for you? Fifteen years ago, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) was created to make it possible for many nurses to travel and practice in multiple states across the country. Twenty-five states made up

Part 1: Changes to Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC to eNLC)

Purple States: Your state has joined the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC) What does it mean for you? Fifteen years ago, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) was created to make it possible for many nurses to travel and practice in multiple states across the country. Twenty-five states made up the original NLC. A primary reason

Part 2: Changes to Nurse Licensure Compact (Rhode Island)

Orange States: The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) is Changing Fifteen years ago, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) was created to make it possible for many nurses to travel and practice in multiple states across the country. Twenty-five states made up the original NLC. However, a primary reason that some states hesitated to join the compact

Part 3: Changes to Nurse Licensure Compact (New to the eNLC)

Teal States: New States Have Joined the Multi-State License Fifteen years ago, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) was created to make it possible for many nurses to travel and practice in multiple states across the country. Twenty-five states made up the original NLC. Nurses benefit in many ways from a multistate license: It’s cost effective

Part 4: Changes to Nurse Licensure Compact (Non-compact states)

Gray & Dark Blue States: The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) is Changing Fifteen years ago, the Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) was created to make it possible for many nurses to travel and practice in multiple states across the country. Twenty-five states made up the original NLC. A primary reason cited for states hesitant to join