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A. The board shall issue a license to practice chiropractic under this section to an applicant who meets the following requirements:
1. Holds a current license to practice chiropractic issued after examination by a licensing board in another state or country in which, in the opinion of the board, the licensing requirements are at least substantially equivalent to those of this state and the other state or country grants similar reciprocal privileges to chiropractors licensed in this state.
2. Receives a grade of at least seventy-five per cent on the Arizona jurisprudence examination.
3. Pays the original license fee of one hundred dollars.
B. The applicant shall pay the application fee prescribed by section 32-921 and present proof satisfactory to the board that:
1. A license issued by any other state has not been sanctioned for any cause that is a basis of a sanction imposed by the board pursuant to this chapter, except for failure to pay fees.
2. The applicant has not previously failed to pass the examination in this state.
3. The applicant has been engaged in the practice of chiropractic continuously for not less than three of the five years immediately preceding the application.