36-24-25.1. Issuance of license to out-of-state licensee--Promulgation of rule.

The board may issue a hearing aid dispensing license or audiology license to a person who holds a valid license from another state in the person's respective professional area who:

(1)    Applies to the board on a form prescribed by the board;

(2)    Pays the application fee, not to exceed three hundred fifty dollars, set by the board by rule promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26; and

(3)    Shows proof of a current valid license from a state with equivalent licensure standards.

An applicant for a hearing aid dispensing license who holds a current license to practice hearing aid dispensing in another state is exempt from the requirement of subdivision 36-24-17.2(5) upon furnishing proof of a current, valid license and passage of a board-approved national examination.

Source: SL 1997, ch 221, § 35; SL 2008, ch 191, § 50; SL 2024, ch 159, § 17.