Don’t Let Time Run Out – Renew Your License Online Before Midnight April 30, 2014!
Current active South Carolina RN, LPN and APRN nursing licenses will expire at midnight on April 30, 2014. Renewal notices were sent as a courtesy, however, are not required by statute. It is each individual licensee’s responsibility to see that his/ her own nursing license is renewed in a timely manner.
It takes only a few minutes to complete your renewal online.
You may renew online using your same User ID and Password as you did during the last renewal. If you do not remember or do not have your User ID/ Password, you may still renew. Please go to https://eservice.llr.sc.gov/OnlineRenewals/ and click on “Alternative Login I do not know my User ID/ Password” and complete the required security questions.
Please note that you must have completed and documented your continued competency prior to renewing your license (and during the period May 1, 2012 to April 30, 2014). The competency requirement and the competency requirement criteria may be found on this homepage. Do not submit any competency documentation to the Board as you may be randomly audited at any time.
You can verify your license on Licensee Lookup on the Board’s web site at https://verify.llronline.com/LicLookup/LookupMain.aspx within 3 business days of completing your renewal.
Nursing Licensure Verification and Confirmation
Licensure QuickConfirm provides online license lookup reports to employers and the general public. To receive a Licensure QuickConfirm Report, the nurse must be from a Licensure QuickConfirm board of nursing.
Nurse License Verification provides online verification to a nurse requesting to practice in another jurisdiction. After you complete the online process and pay the required fee, verification is immediately available to the jurisdiction(s) to which you applied. The license(s) to be verified must be from a participating board of nursing.
Manage a Nurse List with e-Notify-I am a nurse employer and would like to automatically receive publicly available discipline and license status updates of my nurse(s) from the board of nursing.
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