Is proof of citizenship necessary to become a CNA in Arizona?

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asked in License by Jacqueline E.

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answered by Amy E.
According to the Arizona Board of Nursing, both federal and state laws state that a nursing assistant must have proof of citizenship or nationality. Only individuals who have documents showing they are a United States citizen, national, or a person described in specific categories, may obtain licensure in Arizona.

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