If you are moving to a new state and want to continue working as a licensed CNA,
you will need to determine how to get licensure in the new state. Some states ...
A common question of CNAs and HHAs is “What happens if I move out of this
state? Will my certification be invalid?” In most cases the answer is, no, you will
As it currently stands, there are two options for CNAs who want to transfer to
another state. The first option is simple, if your home state shares reciprocity with
Learn how to switch your certified nursing certification to a different state so as to
continue practicing as a CNA no matter where you go in the United States.
Mar 8, 2012 ... HOW TO APPLY FOR RECIPROCITY IN ANOTHER STATE What is ... If you
already are Licensed, Certified, Registered or State Approved in ...
I moved to Arizona and I am having trouble getting a job because they want me to
retake the complete CNA course in their state. Is their away to transfer my ...
Reciprocity is a process by which a certified nurse aide is able to transfer a CNA
certification or license from one state to another. You must be already certified ...
Nurse aides who are working in any state of the United States, but are planning
to move to another state, can get their CNA certificate transferred. The process of
The process of transfer of CNA certification from one state to another is termed as
'reciprocity'. Through this process, the new state note down your name on their ...
If your Certified Nursing Aide (C.N.A.) or Home Health Aide (H.H.A.) license is
active and in good standing, and you wish to relocate and work in another state, ...