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36-1974 - Issuance and renewal of license; continuing education
36-1974. Issuance and renewal of license; continuing education
A. The executive director shall issue a license if the applicant has satisfied all of the requirements for licensure under this article.
B. A license issued pursuant to this article is subject to renewal one year after the date it was issued and terminates thirty days after the renewal date unless it is renewed.
C. Each licensee shall renew the license not earlier than sixty days before and not later than thirty days after the license expires by submitting the renewal fee and a completed renewal form. A licensee who does not renew a license as required by this article must also pay a penalty fee as prescribed by the commission for late renewal. A person who practices interpreting in this state after that person's license has expired is in violation of this article.
D. A person whose license terminates shall submit an application and application fee as an original applicant for licensure.
E. The commission by rule may prescribe continuing education requirements as a condition of license renewal.