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Chapter 410-5 LICENSURE RENEWAL

Rule 410-5-.01 Licensure Renewal (RN)

(1) Licenses shall expire on January 31 of even or odd years according to Joint Secretary, Professional Licensing Boards Rules 295-2-.05 and 295-2-.12.
(2) Licensees must submit a complete renewal application and the required fee on or before the posted deadline.
(3) Licensees may submit a late renewal application during the one month period immediately following the license expiration date. The late renewal period ends on the last day of February. A registered nurse may not practice nursing after the expiration date of his or her license.
(4) Licensees are not permitted to practice as a registered professional nurse without evidence of current, active licensure. The Georgia Board of Nursing's website shall be considered the primary source of verification for licensed individuals. Practicing as a registered nurse without a license is considered a misdemeanor and is prohibited by Georgia law.
(5) Licenses not renewed by the posted deadline shall be lapsed and may be reinstated at the discretion of the Board.

Rule 410-5-.02 Licensure Renewal (LPN)

(1) Licenses shall expire on March 31 of odd years according to Joint Secretary, Professional Licensing Boards Rule 295-2-.13.
(2) Licensees must submit a complete renewal application and the required fee on or before the posted deadline.
(3) Licensees may submit a late renewal application during the one month period immediately following the license expiration date. The late renewal period ends on April 30. A licensed practical nurse may not practice nursing after the expiration date of his or her license.
(4) Licensees are not permitted to practice as a licensed practical nurse without evidence of current, active licensure. The Georgia Board of Nursing's website shall be considered the primary source of verification for licensed individuals. Practicing as a licensed practical nurse without a license is considered a misdemeanor and is prohibited by Georgia law.
(5) Licenses not renewed by the posted deadline shall be lapsed and may be reinstated at the discretion of the Board.

Rule 410-5-.03 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.04 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.05 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.06 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.07 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.08 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.09 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.10 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.11 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.12 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.13 Repealed

Rule 410-5-.14 Repealed