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    vadimk is offline Member
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    If I get a Wisconsin license as a PGY1 can I then get a NY license the same year?

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    In wisconsin and a few other states you only need to do one year of residency before you get a license. I n other states like NY IMGs need 3 years or more of training.

    Now lets say I get a wisconsin lisence as a PGY2 or end of PGY1 year, can NY or NJ then recipreicate and give me a NY or NJ license?

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    No reciprocity

    State licensing of physicians is up to each state. In some professions, licensing acquired in one state can be honored by other states. Not medicine. YOu need to apply to each state separately and meet their requirements.

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