Getting your initial license or transferring your license from one state to another can be tricky. See below for some common FAQ to see how our licensing services can help you with this process!
Give us a call at (855) 664-5154 if you have further questions that we can answer for you!
A: We’ll need access to your information to complete your license application. If your demographic information is recorded in a database like CAQH, we’ll have a good starting point. If you’re missing some necessary information we can help you to track it down. Throughout the process, we’re going to do the heavy lifting, but we will likely need your involvement or insights from time to time.
A: Every project varies depending on the license type and the state you are transferring to. Contact our professionals to learn how we can help. Throughout the entire process, you’ll have access to all our work, including a digital record of emails, calls, documents, etc.
A: Yes! You’ll be appointed a senior licensing professional, who you can call directly during normal business hours, or email anytime.
A: You can indeed! We’re here to help those who are busy or would otherwise not spend their time on the technical and administrative task of transferring a license/applying for licensure.
A: Yes, and then no. You are 100% allowed to use our services, and using our service should not look bad in the eyes of a board. In fact, if you were working in a large hospital system such help might customarily be provided to you. It’s 100% above board.
A: We’re most experienced with healthcare and medical licenses. If you have a non-medical license situation you’d like help with, call us!
A: Yes! We are very familiar with the licensure process of behavioral health providers, including Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC), Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors (LCPC), Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers (LICSW), Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Psychologists, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT), and many others. We understand that a designation in one state (such as LPC, LCSW) might not be interpreted as the same level of certification on another state and we can help you navigate the challenges these nomenclature variants can cause.
A: Whether your license is approved is 100% in the hands of your professional licensure board. Because of that, we can’t guarantee success. Think of us as skilled assistants who are going to help you get organized and put your licensure application together in a professional package and then monitor the process for you.
A: Yes! And we’d love to help. Please note that such licensure application processes often take more time than normal domestic license transfers.
A: Give us a call today to take the next steps with this service. Our number is (855) 664-5154.