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A. An applicant for licensure shall file a completed application under oath or affirmation containing the information required by the board. The applicant shall include the application fee as prescribed in section 32-4227.
B. The executive director may issue a temporary license to an applicant who files a completed application, who meets the applicable qualifications prescribed in section 32-4222, subsection A, who has satisfactorily completed a course in massage therapy or bodywork therapy at an institution that is recognized by the board pursuant to section 32-4228 and who pays the prescribed application fee. A temporary license is not effective for more than one hundred eighty days and expires on the occurrence of any one of the following:
1. Issuance of a license by the board.
2. Denial of the application by the board.
3. Expiration of the term for which the temporary license was issued.