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WAC 246-812-161

Inactive license.

(1) A licensed denturist may obtain an inactive license by meeting the requirements of WAC 246-12-090.
(2) An inactive license must be renewed every year on the denturist's birthday according to WAC 246-12-100 and 246-812-990.
(3) A denturist with an inactive license may return to active status.
(a) If a license is inactive for three years or less, to return to active status the denturist must meet the requirements of WAC 246-12-110 and 246-812-990.
(b) If a license is inactive for more than three years and the denturist has been actively practicing in a jurisdiction approved by board under RCW 18.30.090(1), to return to active status the denturist must:
(i) Submit to the board primary source verification of the active denturist license, submitted directly from another licensing entity. The verification must include:
(A) The license number;
(B) Issue date;
(C) Expiration date; and
(D) Whether the denturist is or has been the subject of final or pending disciplinary action;
(ii) Submit to the board verification of current active practice in a jurisdiction approved by the board under RCW 18.30.090(1) for the last three years; and
(iii) Meet the requirements of WAC 246-12-110 and 246-812-990.
(c) If a license is inactive for more than three years, and the denturist has not been actively practicing in a jurisdiction approved by the board under RCW 18.30.090(1), to return to active status the denturist must submit to the board:
(i) A written request to change licensure status;
(ii) The applicable fees according to WAC 246-812-990;
(iii) Documentation of successful completion of the examinations as required in RCW 18.30.100;
(iv) Primary source verification of all denturist or health care licenses held, submitted directly from the licensing agency. The certification must include:
(A) The license number;
(B) Issue date;
(C) Expiration date; and
(D) Whether the practitioner is or has been the subject of final or pending disciplinary action;
(v) Written declaration that continuing competency requirements for the two most recent years have been met according to WAC 246-812-090;
(vi) Proof of successful completion of the approved written jurisprudence examination within the past year; and
(vii) Proof of AIDS education according to WAC 246-817-120.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 18.30 RCW and 2013 c 171. WSR 14-24-033, § 246-812-161, filed 11/24/14, effective 12/25/14. Statutory Authority: RCW 18.30.070(3). Readopted by WSR 98-20-068, § 246-812-161, filed 10/2/98, effective 11/2/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.280. WSR 98-05-060, § 246-812-161, filed 2/13/98, effective 3/16/98.]
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