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Chapter 393-12 CHANGE OF STATUS

Rule 393-12-.01 Change from Active to Inactive

Any licensee who holds a current license and who is not practicing as an administrator may request the Board to place that license into an "inactive status" upon written application to the Board and payment of a non-refundable inactive status application fee. See fee schedule. The Board, in its sole discretion, may grant or deny the request for inactive status. Any licensee whose license is on inactive status may not engage in the practice of Long-Term Care Facility Administration.

Rule 393-12-.02 Change from Inactive to Active

In order to reactivate an inactive license, submit the appropriate application, forms, and fee to the Board.

(a) If a license is inactive for twelve (12) months to twenty-four months (24), the applicant must submit certificates of completion for the same amount of continuing education hours required for biennial license renewal as outlined in Rule Chapter 393-13, obtained since the Board's last renewal period.
(b) If a license is inactive for twenty-five (25) months to thirty-six (36) months, the applicant must submit certificates of completion for twice the amount of continuing education hours required for biennial license renewal as outlined in Rule Chapter 393-13, obtained since the Board's last renewal period.
(c) If the license has been inactive more than 36 months, the applicant must meet current application requirements and either submit twice the amount of continuing education hours required for biennial license renewal as outlined in Rule Chapter 393-13, obtained since the Board's last renewal period, OR take and pass the qualifying NAB exam, or another board recognized written or oral examination.
(d) If the inactive licensee holds an active license in another state and has been employed for at least one year as an Administrator prior to the date of the application, the applicant must submit verification of an active, current license from the state or jurisdiction in which the license is held.

Rule 393-12-.03 Repealed

Rule 393-12-.04 Repealed

Rule 393-12-.05 Repealed