Okla. Admin. Code § 390:35-7-3 - Accuracy and completeness of application

(a) All information on an application form or any related document must be accurate to the best of the applicant's knowledge.
(b) All sections of the application that are applicable to the applicant must be completed, and all applicable spaces must be filled in with the appropriate information.
(c) If an application is incomplete, CLEET will process any payments in accordance with statutory requirements, and will notify the applicant that the application is incomplete. Upon receipt of the notification that the application is deficient, the applicant will have thirty (30) days to provide needed documents or make the necessary corrections. At the end of the thirty (30) day application period, and absent substantive progress toward providing documents or information necessary to complete the application, CLEET will return the application fees less the established processing fees. CLEET will offer no further consideration of the incomplete application.
(d) CLEET will not give any person legal advice and will not request or gather documents for an applicant. Accuracy and completeness of the application is the obligation of the applicant.
(e) Since CLEET does not wish to deny any person the opportunity to apply for a license, CLEET will not give advisory opinions as to whether a person will or will not be licensed. Decisions on licensing will be made only after receipt of a completed application.

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Okla. Admin. Code § 390:35-7-3
Amended by Oklahoma Register, Volume 32, Issue 24, September 1, 2015, eff. 9/11/2015 Amended by Oklahoma Register, Volume 35, Issue 24, September 4, 2018, eff. 9/14/2018 Amended by Oklahoma Register, Volume 36, Issue 22, August 1, 2019, eff. 8/11/2019

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