Vermont NCLEX License Inactive Status
Vermont Nurse NCLEX License Renewal is biennial, and will be due this March 31, 2011. But instead of renewing your license, Vermont Board of Nursing gives you the option of putting it in an Inactive status if you are not practicing or do not intend to practice nursing in Vermont. This is especially good provision for international nurses who are licensed in Vermont but not physically present to practice there, for it saves $90 of renewal fee every odd year.
Vermont Nurse Practice Act and Rules states:
A licensee who is not practicing and does not plan to practice nursing may request in writing that the current license be placed on inactive status from the date of its expiration. No fee shall be required for this service. The license may be re-activated upon application and remittance of the current biennial renewal fee and in compliance with 26 V.S.A. § 1579 and with these rules.” (26 V.S.A. § 1579 Chapter 4 Subchapter 2 IV)
As mentioned above, placing Vermont NCLEX License in Inactive status is free. In event that you’re ready to use your Vermont license, you can request for reinstatement by submitting renewal application and fee. Just like in renewal, you must meet the criteria, e.g. must have practiced nursing within the last 5 years, for reinstatement to be accepted.
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