LICENSURE BY ENDORSEMENT/MILITARY SPOUSES.

View NCGA Bill Details2011-2012 Session
House Bill 799 (Public) Filed Wednesday, April 6, 2011
TO ALLOW LICENSURE BY ENDORSEMENT FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL AND MILITARY SPOUSES.
Intro. by Martin, Killian.

Status: Ch. SL 2012-196 (House Action) (Jul 24 2012)

Bill History:

H 799/S.L. 2012-196

Bill Summaries:

  • Summary date: Jul 26 2012 - More information

    AN ACT TO ALLOW LICENSURE BY ENDORSEMENT FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL AND MILITARY SPOUSES. Summarized in Daily Bulletin 4/7/11, 6/3/12, 6/6/12, 6/7/12, and 6/28/12. Enacted July 24, 2012. Effective July 24, 2012.


  • Summary date: Jun 28 2012 - More information

    Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to 3rd edition. In new GS 93B-15.1(a), rewrites the training and occupational specialty component of the requirements for licensure by endorsement.


  • Summary date: Jun 7 2012 - More information

    Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to 2nd edition. Requires that the Legislative Research Commission report to the 2013 (was, 2012) Regular Session of the General Assembly.


  • Summary date: Jun 6 2011 - More information

    House amendment makes the following changes to 1st edition, as amended. Enacts new subsection (j) to proposed GS 93B-15.1, stating that the NC Medical Board is not considered an occupational licensing board for the purposes of the statute. Also directs the Legislative Research Commission to study allowing licensure by the NC Medical Board for individuals with military training and experience, for military spouses by endorsement, and for temporary licenses for military-trained applicants or military-spouse applicants, and to report to the 2012 General Assembly when it convenes.


  • Summary date: Jun 3 2011 - More information

    House amendment makes the following change to 1st edition. Directs that for the purposes of proposed GS 93B-15.1 (regarding licensure for military personnel and military spouses), the State Board of Education will be considered an occupational licensing board when issuing teacher licenses under GS 115C-296.


  • Summary date: Apr 7 2011 - More information

    Enacts new GS 93B-15.1 as the title indicates. Directs an occupational licensing board, as defined in GS 93B-1, to issue a license, certification, or registration to an applicant who is military-trained or a military spouse to allow the military-trained applicant or the military spouse applicant to lawfully practice the applicant’s occupation on this state.
    Requires that upon application to the occupational licensing board, the military-trained applicant must meet certain specified requirements that include having been awarded a military occupational specialty in which the applicant has performed at a level that is substantially equivalent to or exceeds the requirements of the occupational licensing board, having completed a military program of training, and having engaged in the practice of the occupation for which the person is seeking a license, certification, or permit for at least two of the five years preceding the date of the application.
    Requires that upon the application to the occupational licensing board, the military spouse must meet certain specified requirements that include holding a current license, certification, or registration from another jurisdiction with requirements substantially equivalent to or in excess of the requirements of this state’s occupational licensing board and having either continuing education credit or recent experience for at least two of the five years preceding the date of the application under this section.
    Provides for credit for all relevant experience for a military service member or a military spouse and provides for the same rights and obligations for a nonresident licensed, certified, or registered under this section as required of a resident licensed, certified, or registered by an occupational licensing board in this state. Includes provisions for the issuance of a temporary practice permit.
    States that nothing in this section is to be construed as applying to the practice of law as regulated under GS Chapter 84 or to prohibit a military trained applicant or a military spouse applicant from proceeding under the existing licensure, certification, or registration requirements established by an occupational licensing board in this state.
    Directs each occupational licensing board to implement the requirements of proposed GS 93B-15.1 within one year from the effective date of this act (when the act becomes law).


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