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A. The board may grant a limited license to a person who has not taken the licensure examination if that person was trained in this country and has completed the academic and fieldwork requirements of this chapter.
B. The board may grant a limited license to a foreign-trained person who has completed the academic and fieldwork requirements of this chapter if that person has not taken the licensure examination but submits proof of acceptance to take the licensure examination.
C. The holder of a limited license may practice occupational therapy only under the supervision of a licensed occupational therapist.
D. A limited license is valid for four months and becomes void if a person fails the examination. The limited license expires if a person passes the examination and is issued a license under section 32-3425, subsection C.