Nurse FAQs

Q: I've applied for other state licenses in the past, why would I need your service to obtain a FL license?

The FL licensing process is not impossible if you attempt to handle it on your own but it's not exactly simple, straight forward, quick and easy either, UNLESS you use our service. This is precisely why over 1000 nurses a year, who have applied for other state licenses on their own, use our service to obtain their FL Nursing license.

Q: Why do so many nurses use your service to obtain a FL Nursing license?

The # 1 reason why nurses use our firm is because of how easy, effortless and mindless we make this process for them. The fact that we also get them licensed SUPER fast is usually looked at as an added bonus in the eyes of my of our nurse clients. Our nurses love that all they need to do is call us with some of their basic nursing background information and then we take it from there.

Q: How long will it take to obtain a FL Nursing license?

With our service, 2-3 weeks. Without our service, at least 2-3 months and potentially MUCH longer.

Note: some Nurses will have unique and special circumstances with their application, like discipline history or criminal history, that could result in the process taking longer than 2-3 weeks. If you're one of these nurses, don't worry, we have an enormous amount of experience in dealing with these issues and almost always are able to get our nurses licensed no matter what issues they've had in the past.

Q: Can I simply transfer my current state nursing license to Florida?

No. You're going to have to apply for a new FL license that will ultimately be completely independent from any other license or licenses that you currently hold or have held in the past.

Q: Will I have to take or re-take some type of Nurse Licensing Examination?

No. Assuming that you hold at least one, current, active Nursing license in another state, you will not be required to take a licensing exam.

Even if you do not have a current and active license, you may be able to obtain a FL license without taking an exam but we'll need to discuss your situation with you in detail so give us a call at your earliest convenience.

Q: How much will it cost to obtain a FL Nursing license?

The FL application fee for an RN or LPN is $110 but the total cost to successfully apply for and obtain a FL Nursing license will eventually be in the $235-$255 neighborhood. Every Nurse has a different background so the total cost will also vary on a nurse to nurse basis.

Don't worry, once we have all of your Nursing background information, we'll inform you of all the fees that you'll ultimately be responsible for and the total cost as well.

Note: the fee to apply for a ARNP/CRNA license is $210 with a total cost of $435-$455.

Q: How much is the fee for your service?

For RNs and LPNs, $125. For ARNPs and CRNAs, $225.

Note: With our service not only will we have you licensed MUCH faster but we'll also have you licensed MUCH easier, which is the benefit of our service that our clients enjoy the most. This is precisely why over 1000 nurses a year hire us to help and handle this process for them.

If you have any additional questions for us, please give us a call and we'll be happy to help you.

Phone: 850 942-0080

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Florida Nurse Licensing
Service, Inc.
1331 East Lafayette Street
Suite D
Tallahassee, FL 32301

Phone: 850 942-0080
Fax: 850 877-6417

Fee for our services?
$125 for RNs & LPNs
$225 for ARNPs

Fee for the license?
$110 for RNs & LPNs
$210 for for ARNPs

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