Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 68. Nursing
Section 210. Temporary Permits.
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AS 08.68.210. Temporary Permits.

(a) The board may issue a temporary permit, nonrenewable and valid for a period not exceeding six months, to an applicant for a license by endorsement if the applicant

(1) submits proof satisfactory to the board that the applicant is currently licensed in another state or Canadian province or Canadian territory that administers an examination approved by the board under AS 08.68.200 (a)(2);

(2) meets the requirements of AS 08.68.170 ; and

(3) pays the required fee.

(b) The board may issue a nonrenewable permit to an applicant for license by examination if the applicant (1) meets the qualifications of AS 08.68.170 ; or (2) is a graduate of a foreign school of nursing and has successfully completed the examination administered by the Commission on Graduates of Foreign Nursing Schools. The permit is valid for a period not extending beyond the time when the results are published of the first examination the applicant is eligible to take after the permit is issued; however, if the applicant does not take the examination for which the applicant is scheduled, the permit lapses on the day of the examination.

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