Want to work as a nurse in New Mexico? Whether you are looking to work as a travel nurse in New Mexico, or you are looking for a permanent nurse job in NM, we usually suggest the same process. First, apply for your temporary license, and once you receive this you can start working and can apply for your permanent nursing license. New Mexico is part of the Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact (eNLC). If you are currently licensed in another eNLC participating state, you are eligible to work in New Mexico without getting a New Mexico nursing license.
In order to get your temporary nursing license in the state of New Mexico, you will need to apply to the state board and pay a fee of $50 — this is only if you are applying from a non-Nursys state. If everything checks out, you will receive your temporary license. This NM temporary nursing license is valid for 6 months after the issue date, giving you plenty of time to complete the application process for your permanent license.
In order to get your permanent nursing license in the state of New Mexico, you will need to apply to the state board and pay a fee of $110. Once all your application requirements are met, and if everything checks out, you will usually receive your permanent New Mexico nursing license within 2-3 weeks.
Want to get your New Mexico License for free? If you get placed by trustaff in a job in New Mexico, trustaff will reimburse your New Mexico Licensure cost in full!
trustaff is a premiere, award-winning Travel Nurse Agency that places nurses of all different specialties in top paying assignments across the country. With over 15 years of experience serving nurses and other healthcare professionals, trustaff is ready to find you your next assignment. Find your next assignment today!The licensure information above was provided by the New Mexico Board of Nursing in August of 2018; information is subject to change.