Hi all, apologies if this has been covered before, I did a search and couldn't really find any solid info. I'm a pharmacist in the state of NY and have been for years. I moved to NJ unofficially (spend like 6/7 days here) with my girlfriend a few months ago and want to move in with her for real in the next few months. I currently commute to NY daily for work. My question is, how exactly do I go about getting a NJ pharmacy license. I have a few major questions on my mind that I would really really appreciate if someone could answer for me, as I get rivaling information from different sites: 1. Do I have to give up my NYS pharmacy license if I want to practice in NJ and get a NJ license? Some sites make it seem like this.... 2. What exactly do I have to do? I'm 99% sure that I have to register and take the NJ MPJE, but I dont know if I am required to do this at all or if I have to retake the Naplex? 3. How long does the process take? 4. For those who have done what I did, any advice or tips to streamline the process and or eliminate unnecessary fees? 5. How exactly do I study for the NJ MPJE? I looked online, on amazon and even in barnes and noble the past few weeks and I can't find ANY book or studying material for this exam. For the NY MPJE, Dr. Cutie out of LIU sold this packet to everyone for a small fee and that was what pretty much everyone in the 5 boroughs used every year to pass the exam. Thank you, I would really appreciate it if you could help a GOOD BROTHER/Nerd out!