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PDFWAC 246-933-275

Reactivation of an expired veterinary license.

(1) To reactivate a veterinary license that has been expired for three years or less, the veterinarian must meet the requirements of chapter 246-12 WAC, Part 2.
(2) To reactivate a veterinary license that has been expired for more than three years, the practitioner must:
(a) Submit verification of unrestricted licensure in another state or jurisdiction; and
(b) Submit documentation of two hundred hours of active practice within each of the previous three years within that state or jurisdiction.
For purposes of this subsection, documentation of licensure and active practice in a foreign country is acceptable if there is an American Veterinary Medical Association accredited school or college of veterinary medicine in that country.
(3) To reactivate a veterinary license that has been expired for more than three years, when the veterinarian has not held an unrestricted license and has not been in active practice, the veterinarian must:
(a) Successfully complete the current North American Veterinary Licensing Examination as provided in WAC 246-933-250(1); and
(b) Meet the continuing education requirements of WAC 246-12-040 and chapter 246-933 WAC.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.92.030. WSR 14-06-067, ยง 246-933-275, filed 2/28/14, effective 3/31/14.]
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