I let my license expire. How do I have it reinstated?

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To renew your license within sixty (60) days from the date the license expired, you must submit proof that you have completed the required six (6) hours of continuing education in the last two (2) years; the renewal fee; and an additional $50 late fee.

To renew your license more than two (2) months but less than six (6) months from the date the license expired, you must submit a new application form; proof that you have completed the initial education required for licensure; the renewal fee; an additional $150 late fee; and proof that you have completed the required examination since the date the license expired. Pursuant to Rule #0160-01-.22(4) - Requests to waive the retesting and education requirements must be submitted in writing with the required application and all fees before the Commission will consider the request.

To renew your license more than six (6) months but less than two (2) years from the date the license expired, you must submit a new application form; proof that you have completed the initial education required for licensure; the renewal fee; an additional $200 late fee; and proof that you have completed the required examination since the date the license expired. Pursuant to Rule #0160-01-.22(4) - Requests to waive the retesting and education requirements must be submitted in writing with the required application and all fees before the Commission will consider the request.

A license renewed more than two (2) years from the date the license expired is treated as a new application. You must meet all requirements including a new application form; proof that you have completed 80 hour initial education course; proof of thirty (30) hours of additional classroom instruction by an approved course provider; proof that you completed a two (2) year apprenticeship; proof that you have recently passed the required examination; and the license application fee. Education and retesting requirements for licenses expired more than two (2) years cannot be waived.

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