Temporary License for Military Spouse

Click on the appropriate tab below to see the Initial Licensing Requirements, Process, Fees, Statutes and Administrative Rules for a Temporary License for Military Spouse.

Proof of marriage must be provided to verify marriage to a member of the Armed Forces of the United States who is on active duty in Florida

Verification must be received to establish an active license, certification or registration for your profession issued by another state, District of Columbia, or possession or territory of the United States.This verification must include information that indicates that your license is not the subject of a disciplinary proceeding. You will not qualify for this license if you have been or currently are the subject of disciplinary proceedings in any jurisdiction in which you hold a license to practice a profession regulated in Florida under chapter 456, Florida Statutes

A copy of military orders showing your spouse is assigned to an active duty station in Florida

Note: You must submit the full licensure application for the profession in which you are seeking temporary licensure along with any supporting documentation required by that application. Documentation that is required for both applications, such as license verifications, are only required to be submitted once. Full licensure application fees are not required for temporary licensure. Pursuant to s. 456.024, F.S., a dentist must practice under the indirect supervision, as defined in s. 466.003, F.S., of a dentist licensed pursuant to chapter 466.

Complete the application for temporary license for military spouse

Complete the licensure application for the profession in which licensure is sought.

Submit all documentation as outlined in the initial licensing requirements and as required by licensure application

Application fee- $65.00 (non-refundable)

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Florida Statutes

Chapter 456.024: Members of Armed Forces in good standing with administrative boards or the department; spouses.

Chapter 466: Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, and Dental Laboratories