Pharmacist Reciprocity (License Transfer) Information
Procedure for Pharmacists Licensed in Another State to Obtain a License to Practice Pharmacy in New Hampshire by License Transfer (Reciprocity)
Following the verification of your credentials by NABP, you will receive an official NABP License Transfer application in the mail with further instructions. After you have completed/finalized this official application, mail the form to this office along with:
(1) Either a $265 check / money order payable to Treasurer - State of New Hampshire or print a credit card authorization form to pay by Visa or MasterCard (include with application - please note: credit card security regulations require this form be immediately destroyed upon payment of license fee and may not be kept on file to pay future Board fees).
(2) a copy of your birth certificate;
(3) a recent passport-type photograph (no larger than 3x5 Inches);
(4) An official finalized transcript (showing degree conferred and graduation date) SENT DIRECTLY to this office from the college of pharmacy that you graduated from must be received at this office in order to complete your application. You are advised to request your transcript as soon as possible after in order to avoid delays. Note: If you are a foreign schooled pharmacist, then you must submit a copy of your FPGEC Certificate instead of the college transcript. The Board will then verify your FPGEC status with NABP.
(5) You can now apply for the NH MPJE Exam online at NABP's web site:
If you have any questions regarding the License Transfer / Reciprocity Process for New Hampshire, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: No refund of fees shall be granted if you decide to withdraw your application for licensure in New Hampshire.
Do not call the board office for your exam results. Due to confidentiality issues - we are not allowed to disclose scores or pass/fail status over the phone. The results of exams can be looked up online by your ATT # (Authorization To Test #) and your NABP Candidate #. These numbers will be provided to you by NABP (National Association of Boards of Pharmacy) once you apply for the exam. The Board usually receive scores from the testing center 2 to 3 business days after the exam is taken and posts them immediately upon receipt.
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