I am trying to transfer my current cna license from Alabama to the state of Tennessee. I am having a lot of trouble getting this done. The lady told me that all she needed from me was a social security card, id., and a check stub or w2 from within the last two years. She then said that would not work. I am currently a alabama state certified cna, and should be able to transfer the license. Whats legal actions can i take to have this matter resolved.
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Contact a local license lawyer in Tennessee (where you want to get CNA certificate) for a Free Consultation to discuss your rights, responsibilities, obligations and options. Sorry I can't help, but I'm only licensed in California and Nevada. Good luck!
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