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74-5366. Licensure; expiration and renewal; reinstatement of suspended, revoked or expired license; duplicate license fee; certain persons deemed licensed; fee for exchange of license in lieu of registration. (a) All licenses shall be effective upon the date issued and shall expire at the end of 24 months from the date of issuance.

(b) A license may be renewed by the payment of the renewal fee and the execution and submission of a signed statement, on a form provided by the board, attesting that the applicant's license has been neither revoked nor currently suspended and that the applicant has met the requirements for continuing education set forth in this act.

(c) A person whose license has been suspended or revoked may make written application to the board requesting reinstatement of the license upon termination of the period of suspension or revocation. Such application shall be in a manner prescribed by the board and accompanied by a reinstatement fee.

(d) (1) A person whose license has expired may make written application to the board requesting reinstatement of the license in a manner prescribed by the board, and such application shall be accompanied by:

(A) A reinstatement fee, and, for any person whose license has been expired for one year or less, a penalty established by the board in rules and regulations; and

(B) evidence satisfactory to the board that the person has completed during the previous 24 months the continuing education requirements for one license period.

(2) A person requesting to reinstate a license that has been expired for longer than one year who has not completed the necessary continuing education hours for reinstatement may submit an application for a six-month reinstatement temporary license in a manner prescribed by the board, and such application shall be accompanied by a fee of $25. A licensee practicing under a six-month reinstatement temporary license shall complete the continuing education requirements required for a permanent license prior to the expiration of the temporary license and notify the board upon such completion. A six-month reinstatement temporary license shall not be extended or renewed.

(e) A duplicate license shall be issued by the board upon receipt of a $20 fee.

(f) A person registered as a masters level psychologist on December 30, 1996, shall be deemed to be a licensed masters level psychologist under this act. Such person shall not be required to file an original application for licensure under this act, but shall apply to the board for a license in lieu of registration upon payment of the fee set by the board for renewal of license. Any application for registration filed but which has not been granted prior to January 1, 1997, shall be processed as an application for licensure pursuant to this act. For exchange of a license in lieu of registration pursuant to this subsection, a fee not to exceed $100.

(g) The board shall collect a fee not to exceed $100 for exchange of a license in lieu of a registration pursuant to subsection (f).

History: L. 1987, ch. 306, § 6; L. 1996, ch. 153, § 36; L. 1996, ch. 239, § 3; L. 1997, ch. 142, § 4; L. 2006, ch. 61, § 4; L. 2023, ch. 90, § 37; July 1.


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