Licensed in Another State

There are two paths to a License by Endorsement for applicants who have an active, in good standing license in another state.  Both paths have a minimum licensure period in the other state at the same practice level and in the same discipline as follows:

  • ONE year minimum - Universal Recognition - proof of Arizona residency required
  • THREE years minimum - Endorsement - Arizona residency not required

Applicants for either path to Licensure by Endorsement shall submit:

  • A complete set of fingerprints on an FD-258 card, or verification of a fingerprint clearance card from the Arizona Department of Public Safety ("DPS")
  • A completion certificate for the Arizona Statutes/Regulations Tutorial
  • A copy of a drivers license or state issued ID
  • Verification of any professional credentials
  • Verification of Arizona residency (if applying under the ONE year requirement) review a list of acceptable documents HERE
  • Masters degree transcript (if applying for LCSW, LPC, LMFT or LISAC)
              - see Applicable Degree information
              - request that electronic transcripts be sent to applications@azbbhe.us

Applicants are highly recommended to have the above items available prior to beginning the application process.  Fingerprints and transcripts must be mailed to the Board, but most other documents can be scanned and attached to the online application.  To apply online and pay by debit or credit card, click the APPLY NOW ONLINE link.  To complete a fillable .pdf application and mail the form and supporting documents with a cashier's check or money order, click the PRINT PDF APPLICATION link.

 APPLY NOW ONLINE 

 PRINT PDF APPLICATION* 

APPLICATION RESOURCE GUIDE

Pay by credit/debit card, submit online Pay by cashier's check/money order, submit via mail Helpful information on completing either application

Please read this NOTICE provided pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-1093.05 regarding licensure.

Form is a fillable .pdf.  For best results, download form, save, and open with Adobe.  Do not print double sided.  Consult the Resource Guide for helpful information on completing the application.