Kan. Admin. Regs. § 102-5-2 - Fees

Current through Register Vol. 41, No. 25, June 23, 2022

(a) Each applicant or licensee shall pay the appropriate fee or fees as follows:
(1) Application for a marriage and family therapist license, $50;
(2) application for a clinical marriage and family therapist license, $50;
(3) original marriage and family therapist license, $150;
(4) original clinical marriage and family therapist license, $150;
(5) renewal of a marriage and family therapist license, $100;
(6) renewal of a clinical marriage and family therapist license, $125;
(7) replacement of a marriage and family therapist or a clinical marriage and family therapist license, $20;
(8) replacement of a marriage and family therapist or a clinical marriage and family therapist wallet card license, $2;
(9) reinstatement of a marriage and family therapist license, $100;
(10) reinstatement of a clinical marriage and family therapist license, $125;
(11) temporary marriage and family therapist license, $150;
(12) temporary, 15-day permit for an out-of-state licensed independent clinical marriage and family therapist, $200; or
(13) temporary, 15-day permit for an out-of-state licensed independent clinical marriage and family therapist extension, $200.
(b)
(1) Each applicant for renewal of a marriage and family therapist license after its expiration date shall pay the renewal fee in addition to the late renewal penalty of $100.
(2) Each applicant for renewal of a clinical marriage and family therapist license after its expiration date shall pay the renewal fee in addition to the late renewal penalty of $125.
(c) Fees paid to the board shall not be refundable.

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 102-5-2
Authorized by K.S.A. 65-6405a, 65-6411, and 74-7507; implementing K.S.A. 65-6405, 65-6405a and 65-6411; effective March 29, 1993; amended Aug. 23, 1993; amended Aug. 4, 1995; amended Oct. 24, 1997; amended Aug. 4, 2000; amended July 1, 2005; amended, T-102-7-2-07, July 2, 2007; amended Nov. 30, 2007; amended by Kansas Register Volume 38, No. 08; effective 3/8/2019.

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