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32-922.03 - Licensure by endorsement; requirements
32-922.03. Licensure by endorsement; requirements
A. The board may issue a license to practice chiropractic pursuant to this chapter by endorsement to an applicant who meets all of the following requirements:
1. Has actively practiced chiropractic in another state or jurisdiction for at least five of the immediately preceding seven years.
2. Has not had an adverse disciplinary action taken against a professional license issued by another state or jurisdiction.
3. Receives a grade of at least seventy-five percent on the Arizona jurisprudence examination.
4. On making application, pays to the executive director of the board a nonrefundable fee of not more than five hundred dollars as established by the board.
5. Pays the original license fee as prescribed by section 32-922.
B. The applicant shall present proof satisfactory to the board that:
1. A professional license of the applicant issued by any other state or jurisdiction has not been sanctioned for any cause that may be 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 qualifies for licensure as prescribed in section 32-921, except the applicant is not required to submit proof of obtaining a passing score on part III or IV of the examination conducted by the national board of chiropractic examiners.
C. An applicant under this section is not required to pay the fee prescribed in section 32-921, subsection D.