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Wisconsin OT License Reinstatement
Failure to renew a license by June 1 of an odd numbered year shall cause the license to expire.
A licensee who allows the license to expire may apply to the board for late renewal or reinstatement of the license by completing one of the following:
Late Renewal Before 5 Years
If the licensee applies for renewal of the license less than 5 years after its expiration, the license shall be renewed upon payment of the renewal fee and fulfillment of the continuing education requirements.
Late Renewal After 5 Years
If the licensee applies for renewal of the license more than 5 years after its expiration, the board shall make such inquiry as it finds necessary to determine whether the applicant is competent to practice under the license in this state and shall impose any reasonable conditions on the renewal of the license, including oral examination, as the board deems appropriate. All applicants under this section shall be required to pass the open book examination on statutes and rules, which is the same examination given to initial applicants. This does not apply to licensees who have unmet disciplinary requirements or whose licenses have been surrendered or revoked.
A licensee who has unmet disciplinary requirements and failed to renew within 5 years of the renewal date or whose license has been surrendered or revoked, may apply to have the license reinstated in accordance with all of the following:
Wis. Admin. Code § OT 3.05