Nev. Admin. Code § 632.188 - Issuance, renewal or denial of license or certificate; notice; hearing

Current through March 28, 2022

1. A member of the Board's staff will issue a license or certificate or renew a license or certificate based on the criteria determined by the Board. Any member of the Board's staff may submit a candidate's credentials to the Board to determine the candidate's eligibility for a license or certificate or renewal of a license or certificate. The applicant must demonstrate that his or her qualifications satisfy the criteria of the Board.
2. If an applicant fails to demonstrate that his or her qualifications satisfy the criteria for licensure or certification, the Board may deny the application. A member of the Board's staff will give any applicant for a license or certificate whose application is denied written notice stating:
(a) That the applicant has failed to qualify to be examined, licensed, or certificated;
(b) The reason for disqualification; and
(c) That the applicant may appeal the denial to the Board.
3. A hearing will be granted to an applicant who, within 30 days after the notice required in subsection 2 is mailed to him or her, requests a hearing in a certified letter addressed to the Board.
4. When a license or certificate is not renewed by a member of the Board's staff, the licensee or holder of the certificate may appeal to the Board in writing within 30 days and request a hearing at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 632.188
Bd. of Nursing, § II subsec. D par. 9, eff. 12-20-79; A and renumbered as § II subsec. D par. 10, 12-11-81-NAC A 8-5-86; 6-21-94; 5-9-96

NRS 632.120

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