In comparison, the highest yearly fee the bar found for an inactive license
in the United States was $265.
The rules relative to inactive license
status are the principal subject of Weinstein's article; they are in my opinion particularly confusing, illogical, and unjust.
Currently, MLOs seeking to make the move have one of two options: they can attempt to complete their NMLS licensure while still employed at their depository institution (also known as a de nouo inactive license
) or they can wait to begin the entire process once they are fully employed by their new company.
* You cannot practice nursing in the State of South Carolina on an inactive license
. This includes volunteer nursing.
There is no charge to change the status from active to inactive; however there will be a fee to reactivate an inactive license
. Inactive licenses
will be required to be renewed every two years and will be assessed a reduced renewal fee.
Otherwise, you may choose the Ohio registration (inactive license
The North Carolina Medical Board revoked his inactive license
last August for testimony he gave in that state.
And if that physician with an inactive license
leaves Florida for another state, that state also may take action against the physician.
* A nurse with an inactive status license may continue to use nursing titles such as RN or LPN, but may not practice nursing with an inactive license
. Doing so may subject the nurse to disciplinary action.
Miller said he wanted selectmen at their next meeting to discuss an inactive license
held by Bennett J.
At present, the fact that a person may be identified as a CPA in a nonpublic practice context does not indicate whether that person has a current license, an inactive license
, or, indeed, has ever been licensed.
Other issues we have participated in informing on this year include: Colorado statutes for physician signatures, inactive license
status, Board of Nursing updates and rule changes, insurance requirements for APNs, disability wait lists, malpractice insurance legislation, disciplinary review process for RNs and APNs.....and many more.