(a) The applicants
shall submit copies of all materials required by Rule .0201 of this Section to
the Board office one month prior to the scheduled meeting when the application
will be reviewed.
(b) If the
application is approved by the Board, the Board shall inform the applicant of
the approval. Applicants shall be notified using the contact information listed
on the application. A physical copy of the license will be issued to the new
(c) If the application is
not approved by the Board, the Board shall inform the applicant of the denial,
with an explanation of the areas that are deficient. Applicants may remedy
deficiencies within two years from the date of the notification without having
to reapply. After two years of application inactivity, the file shall be closed
and a new application and fee shall be required.
(d) If during the review process, questions
arise that may affect the applicant's qualifications for licensing, the Board
shall seek to resolve the questions by communication with the person who made
the comments or any other person(s), or may refer the matter to counsel or to
an employee of the Board for investigation.
(e) If the Board denies an application, it
shall send the applicant written notice, stating the grounds for denial. An
applicant who has been denied licensure may file a request for hearing pursuant
150B-38 within 15 days of notice of the
denial. In lieu of a hearing, the applicant may present additional written
material in support of the application, which shall be reviewed at the next
scheduled Board meeting.
21 N.C. Admin.
Code 31 .0202
August 1, 1984;
Amended Eff. July 1, 2011; March 1, 1996; April 1,
Carolina Register Volume 34, Issue 03, August 1, 2019 effective