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32-1240 - Licensure by credential; examinations; waiver; fee
32-1240. Licensure by credential; examinations; waiver; fee
A. The board by rule may waive the examination requirements of this article on receipt of evidence satisfactory to the board that the applicant has passed the clinical examination of another state or testing agency more than five years before submitting an application for licensure pursuant to this chapter and the other state or testing agency maintains a standard of licensure that is substantially equivalent to that of this state as determined by the board. The board by rule shall require:
1. A minimum number of active practice hours within a specific time period before the applicant submits the application. The board shall define what constitutes active practice.
2. An affirmation that the applicant has completed the continuing education requirements of the jurisdiction where the applicant is licensed.
B. The applicant shall pay a licensure by credential fee of not more than two thousand dollars as prescribed by the board.