RN Licenses Expired April 30, 2019

There is no grace period for practice.

If you wish to renew, you will need the instruction letter and form to renew an expired Missouri RN license. Both can be found at the bottom of this page: https://pr.mo.gov/nursing-licensure-rn.asp

  1. Go to www.nursys.com and enroll yourself in Nursys® e-Notify as a Nurse.
  2. Follow the directions in the instruction letter. You will be required to submit a form, $110 fee, evidence of citizenship or lawful presence and submit to fingerprint background checks.

It takes 3-4 business days after all documents are received before your license is renewed. You will not receive a license card. If you enroll as a nurse in Nursys® e-Notify, you will receive a notification as soon as your license is renewed. By enrolling in this system, you will also receive license renewal reminders in the future.

Missouri State Board of Nursing Proposed Fee Elimination

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Missouri State Board of Nursing approves major expansions for nursing programs to address statewide workforce shortage

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Name and/or Address Change Form

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License Verification


Primary source equivalent: The Nursys licensure and disciplinary database is the repository of the data provided directly from Missouri State Board of Nursing and is primary source equivalent.

Click Here to Verify An Individual License using Nursys Licensure Quick Confirm.

Click Here to Verify A List Licenses and Receive Real Time Notifications using Nursys e-Notify.