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Renewal

  • Barber registrations expire December 31 each year. The Board attempts to send renewal notices to barbers, however; it is the barber's responsibility to assure their registration is renewed each year by December 31st.

  • Failure to renew your registration on time will result in additional fees. Per Minnesota statutes 154.15 subd 2 Failure to renew a barber registration for more than four years results in the requirement to retake the barber examination to reinstate the registration. The entire exam (written and practical) will be required.

  • Barber shop registrations expire June 30 each year. The Board attempts to send renewal notices to barber shops, however; it is the shop owner's responsibility to assure the registration is renewed each year on or before June 30. Payments are accepted after renewal notices are sent.

  • Failure to renew the barber shop registration in a timely manner will result in additional fees

  • Reminder: All barbers are required to work in registered barber shops. It is the barber's responsibility to verify registration. All barber shops and barbers are required to display their registration.

 
NOTE: Per Minnesota Statute you must be registered (licensed) to practice barbering in Minnesota. Practicing with an expired or suspended registration is a violation. Being found practicing without a current registration will result in Administrative Penalty Fees:

154.162 ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTIES.
The board shall impose and collect the following penalties:
(1) missing or lapsed shop registration discovered upon inspection; penalty imposed
on shop owner: up $500;
(2) unlicensed or unregistered barber, first occurrence
discovered upon inspection; penalty imposed on shop owner and unlicensed or
unregistered individual:up to $500; and
(3) unlicensed or unregistered barber, second occurrence
discovered upon inspection; penalty imposed on shop owner and unlicensed or
unregistered individual: up to $1,000.
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