Forms & Applications

VETERINARIANS

  1. North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE) Application and approval process: ICVA Website
    NOTE: New graduates who apply for the NAVLE thru NC will have a copy sent to the Board office automatically.

    NAVLE Candidate Eligibility Policy
    A candidate may not sit for the NAVLE more than five (5) times and may not sit for the NAVLE at a date that is later than five (5) years from the candidate’s initial attempt.  Each of the final two (2) attempts must be at least one (1) year from the previous attempt.  Any previous attempts by a candidate to the NAVLE prior to the fall 2007 administration will not count toward the five (5) attempt limit.


  2. 2019 Veterinary State Exam Application
    The exam application window for 2018 has closed. We DO NOT offer exams in November or December but starting January of 2019, testing will be administered on-line and no longer given at the Board office.


    NCVMB Application FEE: $250
    1. To apply for the State Exam, one must first create an account via the Licensure Gateway. Once registered, you will log back in and select the Veterinary State Exam application to submit.
    2. When your exam file with the Board is complete and all required documents have been received and all obligations have been met, a Board team member will contact AAVSB to inform them of your eligibility.
    3. Study the PRACTICE ACT (General statutes & Administrative Rules) in addition to the information found on the Board's web site FAQ page under PROFESSIONALS. There is no need to commit to memory the Fees established by the Board (Administrative Code .0108).

    The NC state exam consists of 50 questions. There are 30 True/False and 20 Multiple Choice questions; passing score is 75. The NCVMB fee is $250 and is non-refundable or applicable toward a future exam.

    TesTrac Application FEE: $55
    4. Eligible candidates will first be contacted via e-mail by AAVSB. A link will be provided that will allow you to sign in and purchase our state assessment. The exam fee is payable via credit card to TesTrac. Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
    a. After your payment has been processed, you will be notified a second time by TesTrac via e-mail (ttonline@testrac.com) and will include your Logon ID and Password information to access the TesTrac link on the AAVSB webpage. Be sure to save this address as a contact so you won’t miss timely e-mails. The candidate then has 60 days to access/take the exam.
    b. Exams are taken on-line (open book) and can be taken only once per purchase.
    c. All exams are non-refundable and non-transferable.
    d. At the end of your exam, you will be able to print an onscreen pass/fail result for your personal records.
    e. The AAVSB will provide your official score report to the NCVMB within 1 week. The NCVMB will notify you of your Registration number via e-mail within 1 - 3 business days.

    Sample Exam Questions There is no need to commit to memory the Fees established by the Board (Administrative Code .0108).

    Caution
    IMPORTANT TO KNOW!

    1. Dept. of Revenue requires veterinarians providing services in North Carolina to pay a Privilege License Tax. NCDOR Link
    2. You are exempt from CE requirements for your FIRST renewal cycle if you graduate the same year you become licensed in North Carolina.
    3. The NC Veterinary Health Program (NCVHP Link) is available for you or someone you work with who needs help with chemical dependency or substance abuse. The call can remain anonymous.

  3. Temporary Permits - Two (2) Types
    FEE: $150
    Exam Temporary Permit: For those scheduled to take the NC State Exam
    This permit allows an individual who has applied for the NC State Exam to obtain a certificate to practice veterinary medicine under the supervision of a NC licensed veterinarian while awaiting their scheduled test date.  To apply for a Temporary Permit, you must first apply for the State Exam. If you've already done so, log in to the Licensure Gateway and select the Temporary Permit application for those taking the exam and submit.
    ATTENTION: The Temporary Permit CANNOT be processed until your exam application and all the required documents for the State Exam have been received.

    FEE: $150
    60-Day Temporary Permit: For a Non-Resident Veterinarian
    Another type of temporary permit is also available to a non-resident veterinarian validly licensed in another state, territory or district of the United States or a foreign country, provided that such temporary permit shall be issued for a period of no more than sixty (60) days. G.S. 90-187.4   For those seeking a 60-Day Temporary Permit, you must first create an account via the Licensure Gateway. Once registered, you will log back in and select the 60-Day Temporary Permit application to submit.

  4. NC State University Faculty Application
    This application is in accordance with The North Carolina General Statutes, which certifies that the holder is exempt from the requirements of licensing under G.S. 90-187.10(3). The requirements indicate that the practice of veterinary medicine is provided in the confines to the Faculty member's duties at the hospital or field service unit of the college of veterinary medicine. The certificate expires mid-June or certificate shall automatically expire when the holder's relationship is terminated with the school/university.

    To apply, you must first create an account via the Licensure Gateway. Once registered, you will log back in and select the Faculty application to submit.

  5. 4th Year Student Intern Application
    FEE: $25
    This application allows a fourth (4th) year veterinary student to register in North Carolina. The registered student is able to provide limited services under the direct supervision of a NC licensed veterinarian in order to obtain experience at a veterinary practice facility.

    To apply for this Student Intern Permit, you must first create an account via the Licensure Gateway. Once registered, you will log back in and select the 4th Year Student Intern Application to submit.


TECHNICIANS

  1. Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) Application and approval process: AAVSB Website
    How to prepare for the VTNE
    NOTE: New graduates who apply for the VTNE thru NC will have a copy sent to the Board office automatically; it takes 4-5 weeks from exam date for results to be received.

  2. 2019 Veterinary Technician State Exam Application
    The exam application window for 2018 has closed. We DO NOT offer exams in November or December but starting January of 2019, testing will be administered on-line and no longer given at the Board office.


    NCVMB Application FEE: $50
    Licensure Gateway. Once registered, you will log back in and select the Veterinary State Exam application to submit.
    2. When your exam file with the Board is complete and all required documents have been received and all obligations have been met, a Board team member will contact AAVSB to inform them of your eligibility.
    3. Study the PRACTICE ACT (General statutes & Administrative Rules) in addition to the information found on the Board's web site FAQ page under PROFESSIONALS. There is no need to commit to memory the Fees established by the Board (Administrative Code .0108).

    The NC state exam consists of 50 questions. There are 30 True/False and 20 Multiple Choice questions; passing score is 75. The NCVMB fee is $50 and is non-refundable or applicable toward a future exam.

    TesTrac Application FEE: $55
    4. Eligible candidates will first be contacted via e-mail by AAVSB. A link will be provided that will allow you to sign in and purchase our state assessment. The exam fee is payable via credit card to TesTrac. Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
    a. After your payment has been processed, you will be notified a second time by TesTrac via e-mail (ttonline@testrac.com) and will include your Logon ID and Password information to access the TesTrac link on the AAVSB webpage. Be sure to save this address as a contact so you won’t miss timely e-mails. The candidate then has 60 days to access/take the exam.
    b. Exams are taken on-line (open book) and can be taken only once per purchase.
    c. All exams are non-refundable and non-transferable.
    d. At the end of your exam, you will be able to print an onscreen pass/fail result for your personal records.
    e. The AAVSB will provide your official score report to the NCVMB within 1 week. The NCVMB will notify you of your Registration number via e-mail within 1 - 3 business days.


    Sample Exam Questions
    There is no need to commit to memory the Fees established by the Board (Administrative Code .0108).

    Caution
    IMPORTANT TO KNOW!

    1. You are exempt from CE requirements for your FIRST renewal cycle if you graduate the same year you become licensed in North Carolina.
    2. The NC Veterinary Health Program (NCVHP Link) is available for you or someone you work with who needs help with chemical dependency or substance abuse. The call can remain anonymous.

     

           

PRACTICE FACILITIES

  1. Proposed Veterinary Practice Facility Name     PLEASE READ: NCVMB Facility Naming Rules
  2. Notification of Sale
  3. Agreement for Referral of Services
  4. Sample Inspection Form
  5. Closing Practice Facility Form

CORPORATIONS

  1. Part-I paperwork for a Professional Corporation (PA, PC, Inc.)
  2. Part-I paperwork for a Professional Limited Liability Company (PLLC)
  3. Part-I paperwork for a Registered Limited Liability Partnership (RLLP)
  4. Part-I paperwork for a Foreign Professional Corporation (FPC)
  5. Part-II paperwork
  6. Amending/Dissolving Articles of Incorporation/Organization
  7. Obtain Articles of Incorporation from the Department of the Secretary of State
    IMPORTANT: First select 'Business Registration' in the Within the Department: field, then select either 'Professional Corp' or 'Professional LLC' in the For: field.

MISCELLANEOUS

1. Change of Address This may also be accomplished on-line. Your personal 'ID' and 'Password' required.

2. Change your Legal Name: Must upload supporting legal document(s) at time of request. (e.g. Social Security Card, Marriage Certificate, Divorce Decree, etc.) SELECT: My Profile | Name Change

In addition, be sure to update your contact information in your online account (e.g. physical and/or e-mail address change, etc.).

3. Request a Letter of Good Standing / License Verification

Contact Us

Phone: 919-854-5601
Fax: 919-854-5606


1611 Jones Franklin Rd, Ste 106
Raleigh, NC 27606