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32-3611. Registration, licensure and certification process
A. Applications for original registration, licensure or certification, renewals and examinations shall be made in writing to the superintendent on forms approved by the superintendent.
B. Appropriate fees, as fixed by the superintendent pursuant to section 32-3607, shall accompany all applications for original registration, licensure or certification, renewal and examination.
C. At the time of filing an application for registration, licensure or certification, each applicant shall sign a pledge to comply with the standards set forth in this chapter and shall state that the applicant understands the types of misconduct for which disciplinary proceedings may be initiated against a registered trainee appraiser or a state-licensed or state-certified appraiser, as set forth in this chapter.
D. Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, the superintendent shall require such other proof and request such documents, through the application or otherwise, as the superintendent deems necessary for the interests of the public and to verify the honesty, truthfulness, reputation and competency of the applicant and shall require that the applicant for registration, licensure or certification:
1. Be at least eighteen years of age and a citizen of the United States or a qualified alien as defined in 8 United States Code section 1641.
2. Not have had a license or certificate denied pursuant to this chapter within one year immediately preceding the application.
3. Not have had a license or certificate revoked pursuant to this chapter within five years immediately preceding the application.
4. State whether or not the applicant has ever been convicted in a court of competent jurisdiction in this or any other state of a felony or of forgery, theft, extortion or conspiracy to defraud or any other crime involving dishonesty or moral turpitude.
E. Applications for registration, licensure or certification by persons who are charged or under indictment for fraud involving appraisal of real property may be denied pending final disposition of the charge or indictment. On final disposition, the superintendent shall review the proceedings and act on the application.