Compilation of Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia
Rule 360-2-.10 - Renewal of Temporary Postgraduate Training Permits

Universal Citation: GA Rules and Regs r 360-2-.10

RULE 360-2-.10. Renewal of Temporary Postgraduate Training Permits

(1) Each permit holder shall notify the Board within thirty (30) days of all changes of address. Any mailing or notice from the Board shall be considered to be served on the permit holder when sent to the permit holder's last address on file with the Board.

(2) All temporary postgraduate training permits shall expire annually on June 30th, but may, in the discretion of the Board and upon application duly made and payment of the renewal fee required by the Board, be renewed annually for the duration of the postgraduate training program for a period not to exceed seven (7) years.

(3) Deposit of the renewal fee by the Board does not indicate acceptance of the renewal application or that any permit requirements have been fulfilled.

(4) To be eligible for renewal, the permit holder must furnish satisfactory evidence that he or she continues to participate in the postgraduate training program indicated on the completed program director's certification form as required in Rule 360-2-.09(3)(d).

(5) Failure to renew a postgraduate training permit by the designated expiration date shall result in a penalty for late renewal as required by the Board. Postgraduate training permits that are not renewed within one month of expiration shall be revoked for failure to renew and a new application with the appropriate fee shall be required.

(6) A permit holder shall not participate in postgraduate training in this State after the expiration of a postgraduate training permit.

(7) All renewal applicants must provide an affidavit and a secure and verifiable document in accordance with O.C.G.A. 50-36-1(f). If the applicant has previously provided a secure and verifiable document and affidavit of United States citizenship, no additional documentation of citizenship is required for renewal. If the applicant for renewal is not a United States citizen, he/she must submit documentation that will determine his/her qualified alien status. The Board participates in the DHS-USCIS SAVE (Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements or "SAVE") program for purpose of verifying citizenship and immigration status information of non-U.S. citizens. If the applicant for renewal is a qualified alien or non-immigrant under the Federal Immigration and Nationality Act, he/she must provide the alien number issued by the Department of Homeland Security or other federal agency.

O.C.G.A. Secs. 43-34-5, 43-34-24, 43-34-43, 43-34-47.

(Original Rule entitled "Duplicate Licenses" adopted. F. Dec. 15, 1982; eff. Jan. 4, 1983. Repealed: F. Jan. 24, 2002; eff. Feb. 13, 2002. Amended: New Rule entitled "Renewal of Temporary Postgraduate Training Permits" adopted. F. July 29, 2004; eff. Aug. 18, 2004. Repealed: New Rule with same title adopted. F. May, 11, 2012; eff. May 31, 2012. Amended: F. Jan. 13, 2014; eff. Feb. 2, 2014.)
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