You will receive a pre-printed renewal application from the state board of nursing 2-3 month prior to the expiration of your CNA license. You will also need to show proof of being employed a minimum of 7 hours in the last two years as a CNA. Failure to do so will result in you needing to retake the state nursing entrance test.
Your New Mexico CNA license is valid for 24 months from the last time you renewed. You can check with the state CNA Registry to verify the exact date. Use the link at the bottom of the page.
There is a $21.00 fee associated with renewing your CNA license in this state.