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1800.0450 TEMPORARY MILITARY LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE.

Subpart 1.

Information required.

An applicant shall submit an application for a temporary military license or certificate under Minnesota Statutes, section 197.4552, accompanied by payment of the license fee as specified in Minnesota Statutes, section 326.10, subdivision 10. The application must be made under oath on a form provided by the board and must include one signed copy of a statement that the applicant has read the Board Rules of Professional Conduct. The applicant shall supply the board with evidence of all of the following:

A.

military status:

(1)

active duty military member;

(2)

spouse of an active duty military member; or

(3)

confirmation of an honorable or general discharge status within the two years preceding the date of temporary military certificate application;

B.

verification of current licensure or certification in another state; and

C.

a current criminal background study.

Subp. 2.

Evaluation of information.

The board shall evaluate the information required by subpart 1. If the board finds the applicant is eligible for licensure or certification, the board shall issue a temporary license or certificate and notify the applicant in writing. If the board finds the applicant is ineligible for a temporary military license or certificate, the board shall notify the applicant in writing and give the reasons for ineligibility.

Subp. 3.

Temporary license or certificate period.

A temporary military license or certificate is valid for not more than six months from the date of issuance and expires on the date listed on the temporary license or certificate, upon the board's determination that the applicant is ineligible for licensure or certification, or upon issuance of a license or certificate under part 1800.4100, whichever occurs first.

Subp. 4.

Application required.

During the temporary license or certificate period, the individual shall complete the full application required for licensure as an architect, professional engineer, land surveyor, landscape architect, or geoscientist or for certification as a certified interior designer. If the board finds an applicant is eligible for licensure, the board shall issue a certificate of licensure as provided under part 1800.4100 and notify the applicant. If the board finds the applicant is eligible for certification, the board shall issue a certificate as provided under part 1800.4100, subpart 7, and notify the applicant. If the board finds the applicant is ineligible for licensure or certification, the board shall notify the applicant in writing and give the reasons for ineligibility.

Subp. 5.

Limitations.

The board shall not issue a temporary military license or certificate to an applicant who has previously received a temporary license or certificate. A temporary military license or certificate shall not be renewed.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 197.4552; 326.06

History:

40 SR 431

Published Electronically:

October 22, 2015