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A. An applicant for a license to practice as a doctor of naturopathic medicine who received naturopathic medical training from an institution outside of the United States or Canada and who is not licensed by any other state, district or territory of the United States shall meet all of the following requirements:
1. Be a graduate of an approved school of naturopathic medicine.
2. Have successfully completed a clinical training program.
3. Possess a good moral and professional reputation.
4. Be physically and mentally fit to practice as a doctor of naturopathic medicine.
5. Not be guilty of an act of unprofessional conduct or any other conduct which is grounds for refusal, suspension or revocation of a license under this chapter.
6. Not have had a license to practice any profession refused, revoked or suspended by any other state, district or territory of the United States or another country for reasons which relate to that person's ability to skillfully and safely practice as a doctor of naturopathic medicine.
7. Have successfully completed either a two year internship training program approved by the board or a postdoctoral training program approved by the board.
B. The applicant shall file a complete application and pay the required fees as provided in section 32-1527 and, in addition, shall pay for any costs incurred by the board for investigations or verification of an applicant's credentials and qualifications.
C. The applicant shall pass the examination as required pursuant to section 32-1525, subsection B.
D. The board may:
1. Require the applicant to submit credentials or other written or oral proof that the applicant meets the requirements of this section.
2. Make investigations it deems proper to adequately determine the qualifications of the applicant.