Online Verification

To verify AP, RN, LPN and CNA licensure or certification and Temporary licensure, please use the online form below.

NOTE: If the state you are moving to requests a paper verification sent by this board, there is a $50.00 fee to be included with the written request.

 
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The Arizona State Board of Nursing's Online Verification system is a free service provided to licensees, employers and the public. Online verification should not be the sole source of verification and the original license, drivers license or social security card should be requested to determine validity. Do not accept a photo copy of the license as a reliable verification that the person is licensed.

Results will be returned immediately and will give you the following information:

  • Name of the licensee or certificate holder.
  • License or certificate type.
  • License or certificate number.
  • Date license or certificate was originally issued.
  • Actions taken by the Board of Nursing.
    • Dismissed - Evidence does not support the case has merit or that there has been a violation of the Nurse Practice Act.
    • Non-disciplinary Action - Includes Letter of Concern and Administrative Penalty within the past five years.
    • Disciplinary Action - Includes Civil Penalty, Decree of Censure, Probation, Suspension, Revocation, and Voluntary Surrender within the past ten years. Disciplinary action taken more than ten years ago can be obtained by written request.
  • The status of the license or certificate including whether the individual has multi-state privileges.
  • Whether or not the individual has prescription privileges.
  • Whether or not the individual has dispensing privileges.
  • The individuals AP specialty type if any.
  • Whether or not the individual has been fingerprinted by ASBN.
    • Fingerprinting for all examination and endorsement applicants began on 1/2/99 and was not required before then.

NOTE: If you are verifying a temporary RN or LPN number and the response you receive says that it is not found, try eliminating the "t" from the TRN or TLP and re-submit the form (the individual may have already received their permanent license).

If you have questions or are having difficulties, please call (602) 771-7800.


House Bill 2545 – Effective August 9, 2010. This bill amended A.R.S. §32-3214 with regard to information posted on the website of a healthcare regulatory board. The Statute reads:

32-3214. Board actions; records; website; compliance deadline

  1. If a health profession regulatory board dismisses a complaint, the record of that complaint is available to that regulatory board and the public at all times but may not appear on the board's website. For the purposes of this subsection, "dismisses a complaint" means that a board does not issue a disciplinary or non-disciplinary order or action against a licensee or certificate holder.
  2. If a health profession regulatory board issues a non-disciplinary order or action against a licensee or certificate holder, the record of the non-disciplinary order or action is available to that board and the public at all times but may not appear on the board's website.
  3. If a health profession regulatory board issues an advisory letter or letter of concern or imposes a practice limitation, documentation of that action is available to that board and the public at all times and may appear on the board's website, regardless of whether the board defines the action as a disciplinary or nondisciplinary action.
  4. If a health profession regulatory board maintains a website, the board must display on its website a statement that a person may obtain additional public records related to any licensee or certificate holder, including dismissed complaints and non-disciplinary actions and orders, by contacting the board directly.
  5. This section does not prohibit a health profession regulatory board from conducting its authorized duties in a public meeting.
  6. A health profession regulatory board must comply with the requirements of this section on or before January 1, 2012.