(1) An applicant for a physician assistant license shall submit an application, the appropriate fees, and:
(a) applicant's professional education and work experience since completing physician assistant training;
(b) verification of education as required by 37-20-402, MCA;
(c) verification of passage of an exam as required by 37-20-402, MCA; and
(d) certificate of completion of the board-approved online training for physician assistants and supervising physicians.
(2) The board or its designee will obtain a query from the National Practitioner Data Bank for each applicant.
(3) Applicants licensed in another state or jurisdiction shall cause all states and jurisdictions in which the applicant holds or has ever held a license to submit a current verification of licensure directly to the board on behalf of the applicant.
(4) The applicant may voluntarily withdraw the application, if the application has not appeared on a board agenda, by submitting a written request to the board office. All application fees submitted will be forfeited.