Nevada’s locksmith license law is about as unspecific and bland as they come. In Nevada, locksmiths need to be properly licensed and carry the state issued identification card at all times. Licenses are issued by the county sheriff and need to be obtained in each county you do business in. According to the state law, you simply cannot apply for a locksmith license if you’ve ever failed to pay child support. Aside from that, there is no other criteria mentioned for locksmith licensing in the state law. (Strange, huh?)
Your best bet is to contact your County Clerk Office or Business License Office and inquire about how to obtain your locksmith license.