How do I verify my California nursing license?
A request for license verification must be completed online via BreEZe.
- Log into your BreEZe account online at: www.breeze.ca.gov.
- Initiate and submit a “Request for License Letter”
- Enter in all requested information.
- Pay the $100 verification fee online.
- Click Submit.
How long does it take CA BRN to post license?
|Item Requested||Target Timeframe||Currently Processing Items Received: (Updated 6/6/2022)|
|License & Certificate Renewal||By Mail – 6-8 Weeks||May 16-31, 2022|
|8-Year Renewal||4-6 Weeks||May 16-31, 2022|
|Name Change||2-4 Weeks||May 16-31, 2022|
|Inactive to Active Status||Online – Within 72 Hours||May 16-31, 2022|
How do I contact California BRN?
Contact Us Application status updates can be found by visiting our Application Status and Details page, by emailing BRN.Licensi[email protected] or by calling the BRN main line at (916) 322-3350.
How long does it take to get BRN results?
California candidates may access their unofficial results two business days after taking the exam, by purchasing Quick Results from Pearson VUE.
Does CA use Nursys?
California does not participate in Nursys and if you need to verify your CA RN license, please follow the following steps.
How long is California RN license good for?
General Information. Your first California RN license is issued for two birthdays, not two years, and will expire the last day of the month following your birth date. From that date on, it will expire every two years, if renewed timely.
How long after NCLEX does license Posted California?
How long do NCLEX results take in California? It will take about six weeks. You are not authorized to practice as a licensed/registered nurse based on your NCLEX results in the Quick Results Service.
How long does it take to get RN license after NCLEX California?
You receive your RN license 3 months after you take the exam. You register for the NCLEX immediately.
Is a California nursing license good in other states?
In short, that means all you need to do is obtain a license in any compact state, at any time, and you will have a “nursing compact license” that is valid in every state listed above.