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OCCUPATIONS AND PROFESSIONS

CHAPTER 326-B
NURSE PRACTICE ACT

Section 326-B:24

    326-B:24 Temporary Licenses; All Licensees. –
I. The board may issue temporary licenses, as provided in paragraph II, to applicants who meet entry level licensing requirements in the license category. A temporary license shall expire on the date the board approves or denies the permanent license sought by the holder of the temporary license, or in 120 days, whichever is less.
II. The following applicants for licensure as RNs or LPNs may be issued temporary licenses:
(a) Unlicensed applicants for licensure under paragraph I and applicants for licensure under RSA 326-B who have met all requirements for licensure except that they have not yet taken the required examination or the results of the examination are not yet available to the board.
(b) If they can demonstrate proficiency in English, currently foreign-licensed applicants for licensure under RSA 326-B who have met all requirements for licensure except that they have not yet taken the required examination or the results of the examination are not yet available to the board.
(c) Applicants for licensure under RSA 326-B who have met all of the requirements of that paragraph and are awaiting the board's decision on their application for permanent licensure.
III. Applicants described in paragraph II who have received temporary licenses shall practice only under the supervision of an RN currently licensed in New Hampshire.

Source. 2005, 293:1, eff. July 1, 2005 at 12:01 a.m. 2017, 202:2, eff. Sept. 3, 2017; 202:4, eff. June 30, 2019.