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24.216.501    APPLICATIONS

(1) An application for original license, renewal, examination or reinstatement must be made on a form provided by the board and completed and signed by the applicant, with the signature acknowledged before a notary public.

(2) The application must be typed or written in ink, accompanied by the appropriate fee or fees, and contain sufficient evidence that the applicant possesses the qualifications as set forth in Title 37, chapter 40, MCA, and rules promulgated thereunder.

(3) The board shall require the applicant to submit a recent, passport-type photograph of the applicant.

(4) The board shall review fully-completed applications for compliance with board law and rules.  The board may request additional information or clarification of information provided in the application as it deems reasonably necessary.  Incomplete applications may be returned to the applicant with a statement regarding incomplete portions.

(5) The applicant shall correct any deficiencies and re-submit the application as requested.  Failure to re-submit the application within 60 days shall be treated as a voluntary withdrawal of the application.  After voluntary withdrawal an applicant will be required to submit an entirely new application to begin the process again.

(6) The board shall notify the applicant in writing of the results of the evaluation of the application and schedule the applicant to sit for the examination within 30 days of the approval date.

(7) All requests for reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as 42 USC section 12101, et seq., with regard to a board-administered licensing examination must be made on forms provided by the board and submitted with the application prior to any application deadline set by the board.

History: 37-40-203, MCA; IMP, 37-40-301, 37-40-302, MCA; NEW, 1996 MAR p. 1965, Eff. 7/19/96; TRANS, from Commerce, 2002 MAR p. 1499.

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