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Temporary License

Eligible Applicant(s)

  • SLP, AUD, HAS: Licensed in another state and intending to practice in Nevada for less than 12 months.
  • Dispensing AUD or HAS: Licensed in another state who wishes to begin practice in Nevada pending passage of the state dispensing examinations. (See Hearing Aid Dispensing Examinations for more information.)
  • Military/Veteran: A military member, veteran, or military/veteran spouse licensed in another state who wishes to begin practice in Nevada pending receipt of Standard license documentation.

Educational Requirements

Same as Standard License

Certification Requirements

Same as Standard License.

Examination Requirements

Dispensing AUD & HAS: None at application but required for conversion to Standard License if pending passage of state dispensing examinations.

Term & Renewal

Expires six (6) months from date of initial licensure. May be renewed for (1) additional six (6) month period. License renewal period begins 60 days prior to expiration date; late renewal allowed up to 30 days past expiration date with additional fee.

Continuing Education Required for Renewal

None required as this license may only be held for a maximum of 12 months.

Conversion

  • SLP, AUD, & HAS: May be converted with additional fee to a Standard License at any time.  
  • Dispensing AUD & HAS: May be converted with additional fee to a Standard License once Dispensing Examinations are successfully completed.

More information may be found on our Conversions page.

Required Documentation

  1. Original Transcript/Education Documentation: If holding an Associate’s degree or higher, please order an official transcript to be sent directly to the Board office – these may be accepted electronically. A copy of a high school diploma/equivalent may be included with your application. 
  2. ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence: SLP applicants, please be prepared to submit with your application.
  3. NBC-HIS Certification: HAS applicants, please be prepared to submit with your application.
  4. Verification(s) of Licensure in Another State: Board staff will attempt to complete verification online. If not available in your state, please request an official license verification to be sent directly to the Board office – these may be accepted electronically.
  5. Military Affiliation: If applicable, please be prepared to submit a copy of your DD214 or Military Identification with your application.
Page Updated: 2/15/2022 3:41:00 PM