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These forms may be completed online, however, they cannot be submitted via e-mail due to the fact that all applications and forms require original signatures. If you complete the form online, you must print the form and mail it to the address listed.

pdf icon Application for License to Practice Veterinary Medicine and Surgery

pdf icon Criminal Background Check Information (Now required for initial licensure)

pdf icon Nebraska Jurisprudence Examination

pdf icon Application for Reinstatement

Fees (if applicable) are payable to Licensure Unit

DHHS-Division of Public Health
Licensure Unit
PO Box 94986
Lincoln, NE 68509-4986

APPLICANTS TO TAKE THE NAVLE: If you wish to apply to take the NAVLE through Nebraska, you need to submit the NAVLE Approval through Nebraska Application and the required application fee directly to the National Board of Veterinary Medicine Examiners (NBVME). In addition, you will need to submit the NBVME NAVLE Application and the required NAVLE fee directly to the NBVME. Instructions and forms for this process are online at www.nbvme.org. NBVME's telephone number is (701) 224-0332.

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