d. Negotiation of contracts to buy or sell property, services or real estate. (2) holds (a) a diploma or has the right to have completed a pre-primary RN or LPN/UN program accredited by the licensing committee; or b) has graduated from a foreign RN or LPN/UN pre-primary program accredited (a) by the approved accreditation body of the country concerned and (b) certified by an independent certification body responsible for verifying registration information as being approved by a pre-primary program approved by the licensing committee. (7) Where he has not been convicted or convicted or a criminal offence has been found under applicable national or federal criminal law. (c) “coordinated licensing information system,” an integrated process for collecting, storing and exchanging information on the licensing of nurses and enforcement measures under nurses licensing legislation, managed by a non-profit organization and controlled by licensing bodies. The NLC increases access to care while maintaining public protection at the state level. Under the NLC, nurses can practice in other NLC states without having to obtain additional licenses. o) “Laws of State Practice”: the laws, rules and rules of a state of parties that govern the practice of care, define the scope of care practices and create methods and grounds for the application of discipline. “State practice laws” do not contain requirements necessary to obtain and retain a licence, with the exception of qualifications or requirements of the State of Origin. This pact must be interpreted as the purpose of their purpose. The provisions of this Covenant are dissociable and if a wording, clause, sanction or provision of that pact is declared unconstitutional, contrary to the Constitution of a state or the United States, or if the applicability of these provisions to a government, authority, person or circumstance becomes invalid, the validity of the rest of that pact and its applicability to a government, authority, person or circumstance is not affected. If this pact is considered constitutionally consistent with the constitution of a party state, it will remain fully in force and effective for the other States Parties, as well as in all the matters deductible of the State concerned.
The NLC was created by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) and reflects an intergovernmental agreement that allows registered nurses (RNs) and licensed nurse practitioners/professionals (LPN/LVN) to hold a license. The license issued by her primary residence allows the nurse to practice in other compact states (physically and by technology) without obtaining an additional license. A. A license to practice registered care issued by a Member State of origin to a national state in that state is recognised by each Member State as the authorisation of a multinational licence privilege to practise the registered nursing profession in such a Member State. A license to practice professional/practitioner care granted by a state of national origin to a resident state is recognized by each Member State as the authorization of a multinational licence privilege to practise the profession of nurse practitioner/professional licensed in such a state. To obtain or retain a licence, an applicant must complete the qualifications of the Member State of origin for the granting and renewal of licences, as well as all other applicable national laws.