Have You Unintentionally Submitted a Fraudulent Application?
We at LV Nurse Attorney understand the complexities and nuances of the application process. An innocent mistake can lead to serious implications like accusations of fraudulent applications. Such allegations can negatively impact your license and professional reputation.
If you’ve received notice from the NSBN about a potential fraudulent application or are worried about past submissions, reach out to us today. Let’s discuss your situation in a free, confidential consultation to better understand the appropriate steps to protect your career.
We'll help you clarify any unintentional misinformation and work towards resolution.
Our experienced team can guide you through potential legal consequences and help you understand your rights and defenses.
We're here to advocate for you, protecting your professional standing and future opportunities.
Yes, disciplinary actions must be reported to other state nursing boards, potentially impacting your licensure there.
First, if you contact us before you file your application, we can help you avoid filing a fraudulent application The two most common types of fraud we see are answering “no” to the question of whether you have been disciplined in another state, and whether you have a criminal conviction before applying or since the last date of your renewal. Many nurses are genuinely confused how to answer these questions, particularly if a matter is “closed” or “dismissed.”