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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions asked of the Office of Professional Licensure and Certification (OPLC).

How do I know if my complaint is within the jurisdiction of the OPLC?

How can I find out if an individual is licensed?

How can I learn more about services offered by licensees within a profession?

Can you order a licensed professional to give me my money back?

How can I find out if there have been any disciplinary actions against a licensee?

How do I file a complaint?

back to topHow do I know if my complaint is within the jurisdiction of the OPLC?

Please review the list of boards, commissions and councils under the OPLC to determine if the profession you have an issue with is contained in this agency.

back to topHow can I find out if an individual is licensed?

Please use the License Lookup function.

back to topHow can I learn more about services offered by licensees within a profession?

Please use the list of boards, commissions and councils to find the webpage for the profession you are researching. You will find specific professional information, including statutes, administrative rules, and application requirements.

back to topCan you order a licensed professional to give me my money back?

OPLC boards, commissions and councils do not have the authority to get involved in fee disputes. Restitution to a patient or customer is not an available sanction at this time. You may want to consider filing a complaint in small claims court.

back to topHow can I find out if there have been any disciplinary actions against a licensee?

Please use the license verification function. If the disciplinary documents are not available on the website, you can contact the appropriate board by phone or email.

back to topHow do I file a complaint?

A Complaint Form for technical boards is available. Due to specific administrative rules requirements, the healthcare boards have forms that must be filled out.


Office of Professional Licensure and Certification
121 South Fruit Street |  Concord, NH 03301