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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 68. Nursing
- Section 251. Lapsed Licenses.
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. Inactive Nurses. [Repealed, Sec. 29 Ch 14 SLA 1982. For Current Law, See AS 08.68.251
AS 08.68.251. Lapsed Licenses.
- (a) A lapsed license may be reinstated if it has not remained lapsed for more than five years by payment of the license
fees for the current renewal period and the penalty fee. The person seeking reinstatement shall meet the continuing
competency requirements of the board.
- (b) If a license is lapsed for more than five years,
- (1) the board shall require the applicant to complete a course of study approved by the board or to pass an examination
prescribed by the board, and to pay the fees prescribed by this chapter; or
- (2) if the board determines that the person applying for reinstatement was actively employed in nursing in another state
during the time that the license has lapsed in this state, the license that has lapsed may be reinstated by payment of
fees as required by (a) of this section.
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