N.H. Code Admin. R. Opt 401.04 - Reinstatement of License

Current through Register Vol. 42, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) A licensee who fails to renew the license before July 1 of the year in which the license expires may request reinstatement by the board.
(b) If the license of an applicant applying for reinstatement of license has been lapsed for more than 30 days, the applicant for reinstatement shall provide on or with a "O.D. Reinstatement Application" form, effective August 2017, provided by the board:
(1) A completed reinstatement application including the same information required in Opt 301.02(a)-(s) excluding Opt 301.02(c)-(g), (j) and (o);
(2) Proof of completion of continuing education which meets the requirements of Opt 402; and
(3) The fee for reinstatement as specified in Opt 303.01 Tabled 303.1 Fee Schedule.
(c) Applicants for reinstatement of a revoked license shall have the burden of persuading the board that the actions which were the basis for the original disciplinary action have been satisfactorily remediated, that no additional charges of misconduct are pending, and that the applicant meets all the character and competency requirements of an applicant for initial licensure.
(d) If the license of an applicant applying for reinstatement of license has been lapsed for 30 days or less, the applicant shall only be required to submit the following:
(1) The completed "O.D. 30 Day Reinstatement Application" form, effective August 2017, including the same information required in Opt 301.02(a)-(s) excluding (c)-(h), (j)-(k) and (o);
(2) The payment of the reinstatement fee as specified in Opt 303.01 Table 303.1 Fee Schedule; and
(3) Proof of completion of continuing education which meets the requirements of Opt 402.

Notes

N.H. Code Admin. R. Opt 401.04

(See Revision Note at part heading for Opt 100) #5839, eff 6-17-94, EXPIRED: 6-17-00

New. #7433, eff 1-25-01, EXPIRED: 1-25-09

New. #9558, eff 10-6-09

Amended by Volume XXXVII Number 41, Filed October 12, 2017, Proposed by #12383, Effective 9/16/2017, Expires 9/16/2027.

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