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I will NOT answer any questions relating to testing. Nicotine disappears from your blood 72 to 96 hours after your last cigarette, chew, smoke or exposure to second-hand smoke. A residue called Cotinine does remain for a least a year. Many tests are testing for Cotinine not Nicotine. There are many tests and many policies regarding results. The only reliable source of information, therefore is the test-giver. So I repeat I will no longer answer any questions relating to testing. Most standards suggest that to qualify for being smoke-free, you cannot smoke or be exposed to second-hand smoke for a year.