If you are seeking licensure in another state, you may need to provide them with verification of your examination and licensure status in California. You should first check with the licensing board for the state in which you are seeking licensure to determine its requirements. If the state requires a specific verification form to be completed, you must obtain and submit that form to the California Board. If the state does not require a specific form, you must submit a written request to the California Board via mail, e-mail, or fax. The contact information may be obtained on the Contact the Board page of this web site. Your request must include your name and license number as well as the name and address of the state to which you wish the verification to be sent. You should allow three weeks for the form to be completed and sent to the other state. Verifications are sent directly to the states; they are not released to the licensee.
If you need verification of your licensure status for employment or other reasons, you must submit a written request for a Certification of Licensure to the Board. The contact information may be obtained on the Contact the Board page of this web site.