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Texas Occupational Therapy Inactive Status
What do I need to do to put my license on inactive status?
Required components to put a license on inactive status are:
What can I do while on inactive status?
On inactive status you cannot actively engaged in the practice of occupational therapy and may not represent himself or herself as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant.
Does inactive status need to be renewed?
Requirements for renewal of inactive status. An inactive licensee must renew the inactive status every 2 years. The components required to maintain the inactive status are:
How long can I remain on inactive status?
A licensee may remain on inactive status for no more than three (3) renewals or six (6) consecutive years.
How can I change inactive status to active?
Requirements for reinstatement to active status. A licensee on inactive status may request to return to active status at any time. The components required to return to active status are:
Tex. Occ. Code §454.212Tex. Admin. Code §371.1