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36-4A-8.1Temporary license--Expiration.

The board may issue a temporary license to an applicant who has successfully completed an approved program and has submitted evidence to the board that the applicant is a candidate accepted to write the examination required by § 36-4A-8 or is awaiting the results of the first examination for which the applicant is eligible after graduation from an approved physician assistant program. A temporary license may be issued only once and is effective for a term of not more than one hundred twenty days. A temporary license expires on the occurrence of the following:

(1)    Issuance of a regular license;

(2)    Failure to pass the licensing examination; or

(3)    Expiration of the term for which the temporary license was issued.

Source: SL 1991, ch 301, § 1; SL 1999, ch 192, § 6; SL 2007, ch 207, § 7.

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