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A. The board may issue a license to a nursing assistant who has a current certificate or an equivalent document issued by another state if the board receives an application pursuant to section 32-1645 and determines that the applicant meets the qualifications of this article.
B. The board shall not issue a license to an applicant under subsection A of this section who has one or more felony convictions and who has not received an absolute discharge from the sentences for all felony convictions three or more years prior to the date of filing the application.
C. The board may register a person as a certified nursing assistant who has been listed on the nursing assistant registry maintained in another state if the nursing assistant provides to the board current proof of registration or an equivalent document issued by another state and the board receives an application pursuant to section 32-1645 and determines that the applicant meets the qualifications of this article.