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A. The board may reinstate a license or certificate that it suspended pursuant to section 32-2027, subsection B on payment of a renewal fee and reinstatement fee and completion of the application process as prescribed by the board.
B. If a person's license or certificate has been suspended pursuant to section 32-2027, subsection B for more than three consecutive years, the license or certificate expires and that person shall reapply for a license or certificate pursuant to section 32-2022 or 32-2026 and pay all applicable fees. The person must also demonstrate to the board's satisfaction competency by satisfying one or more of the following as prescribed by the board:
1. Practicing for a specified time under an interim permit.
2. Completing remedial courses.
3. Completing continuing competence requirements for the period of the lapsed license.