CNA License Reciprocity in Connecticut

To ensure a smooth transition as you consider working as a travel CNA in Connecticut or moving to Connecticut, understanding CNA reciprocity in the state is crucial. This process allows you to transfer your out-of-state CNA license to Connecticut seamlessly. In the following, we’ll explain the specific requirements and steps for an out-of-state CNA license transfer to Connecticut, enabling you to navigate the license reciprocity process with ease.

Transferring your license to Connecticut using reciprocity requires you to already have a CNA license in another state. If you’re looking to register your first CNA certification on the Connecticut Registry, read our page about how to get on the Connecticut CNA Registry.

CNA license reciprocity in Connecticut


Amount: $75
Details: This includes the processing and reciprocity fee.




Online application: Yes. Link to online application here.
Form: No

How to

Online application:

  1. Create an account
  2. Fill in the form choosing “reciprocity” and “route 7”
  3. Upload, mail or fax a copy of current certificate or a letter from the state registry verifying your certificate is current and in good standing
  4. Submit the form

For support, call Prometric at 866.499.7485 or visit their website.

Employer input required?


Current state input required?


Methods of filing

Online: Upload the application
Fax: Send to 800.813.6670
Mail: Send to Prometric 7941 Corporate Drive Nottingham, MD 21236

Information last updated in

May 2024

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