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Easiest States To Become a Nurse – Fastest Licensure

Easiest States To Become a Nurse – Fastest Licensure

When looking for the easiest states to become a nurse, the number one thing you have to consider is licensing. All states require the Fast Licensure is something all travel nurses find relief from. Today we’ve put together a guide to bring to light the easiest states to become a travel nurse with the fastest licensing.  We enjoy handling the complicated things for you to make them simple, but no matter what we do or how fast we do it, our travel nurses cannot work without a license.

Easiest states to become a nurse – Length of licensing process

Alaska: about 10 business days
 
Arizona: 48 hours, must go into AZ board 2 business days before start date
 
District of Columbia: 5-7 business days
 
Illinois: 2 weeks
 
Indiana: 2 weeks
 
Iowa: 5-10 business days
 
Kansas: 7-10 business days
 
Maine: 1-2 weeks
 
Maryland: 2-3 days
 
Missouri: 2 weeks
 
Nevada: 1-2 weeks
 
North Carolina: 1-2 weeks
 
North Dakota: 1-2 weeks
 
Texas: 2 weeks
 
Vermont: 3-5 business day
There are many reasons why a travel nurse might need a license as quickly as possible, and do not worry, we understand. Whatever the reason may be: 1. you need money fast 2. your assignment is about to begin 3. you would like to assist with disaster relief in a specific area, etc.
Here at Wanderly, we want to make the recruitment process simpler for nurses. We do this by walking travel nurses through the whole job search and providing the option to compare pay packages. We also enable nurses with the ability to anonymously chat with a recruiter, fill out paperwork and documentation once and submit to any Wanderly job with their profile.

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