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2. Pay the associated fees (money order or cashier’s check)
3. Submit at least one verification of licensure:
*If the state in which you were first licensed is the same as the state in which you are currently practicing, you will submit one verification. If the state in which you were first licensed is different than the state in which you are currently practicing, you will submit two verifications.
You now qualify for a temporary license and need to complete the remaining tasks before your temporary license expires in order to receive a permanent license.
5. Submit your fingerprints
6. The Board will send you a letter if you need to report continuing education or successfully complete a refresher course.
Renewal of your license occurs every 2 years
12 required contact hours of continuing education during a 24 month period of registration.