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OPLC FAQs

Frequently asked questions for the Office of Professional Licensure and Certification

How do I apply for an emergency license for the COVID-19 State of Emergency?  

Information and instructions regarding applications for an emergency license for the COVID-19 State of Emergency is located on our website at https://www.covid19.oplc.nh.gov/emergency-licenses

Visit OPLC COVID-19 for other state of emergency information. 

When does my COVID-19 State of Emergency license expire?

A COVID-19 State of Emergency license is valid for the duration of the New Hampshire State of Emergency declared by the Governor. The State of Emergency is extended 21 days at a time by executive order and can be rescinded at any time. Please visit the Governor's Emergency Orders for the latest updates.

How do I renew my license?

Applications for renewals are online only. Paper applications are no longer accepted. Information about renewal requirements for your profession can be found under “License Information” on your Board's webpage.

How do I find out if I can submit my application online?  

To find out if you can complete an application online visit the online licensing page.

How do I report non-compliance issue or a concern about a licensed professional or licensed business?  

The Office of Professional Licensure and Certification (OPLC) is responsible for the enforcement of regulatory requirements for qualifying NH licensed professionals and businesses. The OPLC Enforcement Unit investigates reports of non-compliance and works with individual boards  

For more information or to report visit: Report Non-Compliance.

Where are you located? 

The OPLC Offices are located at 7 Eagle Square, Concord NH 03301.