Nev. Admin. Code § 637.260 - Qualifications for licensure; application; fee

Current through August 4, 2021

1. To qualify for licensure as an apprentice dispensing optician, an applicant must furnish proof that the applicant:
(a) Is at least 18 years of age.
(b) Is of good moral character.
(c) Is a citizen of the United States, or is lawfully entitled to remain and work in the United States.
(d) Is a graduate of an accredited high school or its equivalent.
2. Each person desiring to be employed as an apprentice dispensing optician must file an application with the Board stating:
(a) The date of the application for licensure.
(b) The name and address of the optical establishment where the apprenticeship will be conducted.
(c) The name and license number of the supervisory ophthalmologist, optometrist or dispensing optician.
(d) The name and license number of the ophthalmic manager of the optical establishment where the apprenticeship will be conducted and, if applicable, the name of the business manager.
(e) A statement indicating whether he or she has had a professional license revoked or suspended in this State or any other state or jurisdiction. If so, the applicant must disclose the circumstances of the revocation or suspension and, if requested by the Board, submit to a background check.
(f) A statement indicating whether he or she has been convicted of a misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor or felony in this State or any other state or jurisdiction. If so, the applicant must disclose the circumstances of the conviction and, if requested by the Board, submit to a background check.
3. Each application must be certified under oath by the applicant and the supervising ophthalmologist, optometrist or dispensing optician.
4. A fee of $100 must accompany each application. The fee will not be refunded.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 637.260
Bd. of Dispensing Opt., Nos. 16.1 & 16.2, eff. 10-6-78; No. 16.4, eff. 11-30-79-NAC A 12-17-87; R108-04, 12-1-2004; R043-10, 6-30-2010; R073-12, 6-3-2013

NRS 637.070, 637.100, 637.110

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