§30-7-7. Qualifications and licensure of persons not citizens of United States.
(a) The board may, upon application, issue a license to practice registered professional nursing by endorsement to any person who is not a citizen of the United States of America if such person: (1) Has been duly licensed as a registered professional nurse under the laws of another state, territory or foreign country; and (2) shall, in any such state, territory or foreign country, have passed a written examination in the English language which, in the opinion of the board, is comparable in content and scope to the type of written examination that is required in subsection
(b) of section six of this article.
(b) All other provisions of this article shall be applicable to any application for or license issued pursuant to this section.