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Florida Physical Therapy Military Spouse Exemption
A licensee who is the spouse of a member of the Armed Forces of the United States shall be exempt from all licensure renewal provisions for any period of time which the licensee is absent from the State of Florida due to the spouse’s duties with the Armed Forces.
The licensee must document the absence and the spouse’s military status to the Board. The licensee is required to notify the Board of a change in status within six (6) months of the licensee’s return to the State of Florida or the spouse’s discharge from active duty. If the change of status occurs within the second half of the biennium, the licensee is exempt from the continuing education requirement for that biennium.
Fla. Admin. Code R. 64B17-5.002