Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 84. Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists
Section 65. Temporary Permit.
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AS 08.84.065. Temporary Permit.

(a) The board may issue a nonrenewable temporary permit to an applicant for licensure by acceptance of credentials or by examination who

(1) meets the requirements of

(A) AS 08.84.030 (a)(1) or (b)(1); or

(B) AS 08.84.032 (a)(2) and (4) or (b)(2) and (4); and

(2) pays the required fee.

(b) A temporary permit issued to an applicant for licensure by acceptance of credentials is valid for eight months or until the board considers the applicant's application for acceptance of credentials, whichever occurs first.

(c) A temporary permit issued to an applicant for licensure as a physical therapist or physical therapy assistant by examination is valid for eight months or until the results of the first examination for which the applicant is scheduled are published, whichever occurs first. If the applicant fails to take the first examination for which the applicant is scheduled the applicant's temporary permit lapses on the day of the examination.

(d) A temporary permit issued to an applicant who is a graduate of a foreign school of physical therapy or occupational therapy located outside the United States is valid until the results of the first examination for which the applicant is scheduled are published following completion of the internship required under AS 08.84.032 .

(e) A temporary permit issued to an applicant for licensure as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant by examination is valid for eight months or until the results of the examination for which the applicant is scheduled are published, whichever occurs first. If the applicant fails to take an examination for which the applicant is scheduled the applicant's temporary permit lapses on the day of the examination.

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