|Initial Occupational Therapy Licensure||$185.00|
|Initial Occupational Therapy Assistant Licensure||$105.00|
|Criminal Background Check||$33.25|
|Biennial Occupational Therapy Renewal||$185.00|
|Biennial Occupational Therapy Assistant Renewal||$105.00|
|Course Approval After Lapse of Licensure||$100.00|
|Verification To Other States||$25.00|
|Verification To Institutions||$10.00|
|Miscellaneous Services and Copies||Various|
Minnesota Statute §148.6445 Subd. 10 through 11.
Subd. 10. Use of Fees.
All fees are nonrefundable. The Board shall only use fees collected under this section for the purposes of administering the Board. The legislature must not transfer money generated by these fees from the state government special revenue fund to the general fund.
(b) Licensure fees are for the exclusive use of the Board and Shall be established by the Board not to exceed the nonrefundable amounts in this section.
Subd. 11. Penalty fees.
(a) The penalty fee for practicing occupational therapy or using protected titles without a current license after the credential has expired and before it is renewed is the amount of the license renewal fee for any part of the first month, plus the license renewal fee for any part of any subsequent month up to 36 months.
(b) The penalty fee for applicants who engage in the unauthorized practice of occupational therapy or use protected titles before being issued a license is the amount of the license application fee for any part of the first month, plus the license application fee for any part of any subsequent month up to 36 months. This paragraph does not apply to applicants not qualifying for a license who engage in the unauthorized practice of occupational therapy.
(c) The penalty fee for practicing occupational therapy and failing to submit a continuing education report by the due date with the correct number or type of hours in the correct time period is $100 plus $20 for each missing clock hour. "Missing" means not obtained between the effective and expiration dates of the license, the one-month period following the license expiration date, or the 30 days following notice of a penalty fee for failing to report all continuing education hours. The licensee must obtain the missing number of continuing education hours by the next reporting due date.
(d) Civil penalties and discipline incurred by licensees prior to August 1, 2005, for conduct described in paragraph (a), (b), or (c) shall be recorded as nondisciplinary penalty fees. For conduct described in paragraph (a) or (b) occurring after August 1, 2005, and exceeding six months, payment of a penalty fee does not preclude any disciplinary action reasonably justified by the individual case.