Can you start a GPR in one state and finish in another?

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    Hi...I was wondering can you start your GPR in one state and finish in another. I know NY requires u to do a residency in order to be licensed in that state. But can someone start their residency in lets say NJ which does not require a residency and finish in NY and still be licensed to practice in NY or even NJ?
     

    armorshell

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      I think you're confused as to what the licensure requirement is. NY requires that you complete a residency to become licensed. That's it. Doesn't matter where it is or what it is.

      As far as transferring in the middle of a GPR, I don't really see how that could work.
       

      rarm1

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        Hi...I was wondering can you start your GPR in one state and finish in another. I know NY requires u to do a residency in order to be licensed in that state. But can someone start their residency in lets say NJ which does not require a residency and finish in NY and still be licensed to practice in NY or even NJ?

        Hi,
        See my comment on the Dental page....

        NY will accept any accrediated residency.... see complete comments
         
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