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Pocket Cards


Example pocket card

Printing a pocket card  

An individual licensee can log in to our secure online system and print a current pocket card. 

Instructions to use the secure online system:

  • Step 1. Click on the link below. You’ll be taken to the Log In page.
  • Step 2. Log in, with your information. After successfully logging in, you’ll be asked to confirm or change your email address.  Then you’ll arrive at the licensee’s "home page."
  • Step 3. To print the pocket card, click Pocket Card (found on the left), and wait a few seconds. The card will appear in pdf format and can be printed on your connected printer.

If your internet browser software has not been updated in several years, you may not be able to use the secure online system. Examples of compatible browser software versions are: Internet Explorer 8.0 or later, Mozilla Firefox 3.6 or later, or Google Chrome. Please understand we are not able to assist or advise you with updating your browser software.

Can’t log in? In response to our licensees’ requests, the “log in” procedure no longer requires the full social security number, but it does require Date of Birth as an additional security feature.

So if you attempt to log in and receive a message indicating “the licensee entered data was incorrect”, first be sure you have not entered a zero at the front of your MS license number, and also be sure to enter your date of birth in this format: MM/DD/YYYY. If you still can’t log in, it may simply be a matter of an incorrect date of birth in our database.

For assistance, please send your log in details to the Executive Director at:


Be advised that the Mississippi Ethics Commission has ruled that the state public records law requires the Board to furnish the following licensee information in response to public records requests: name, address, employer, telephone number, and email address. So if you have both a public email address and a private email address, it is suggested that you use your public email address in online transactions with the Board.