Renew Your License
LICENSE RENEWAL Minnesota Statute 148.624 and Rules 6900.0200
The license renewal term is 24 months beginning on July 1 and ending on June 30. In the first renewal period following initial licensure, the fee and CME requirements are pro-rated by the number of days the license is held in that period.
A licensee must submit a renewal application on a Board provided form by May 31 of the year it expires, allowing staff enough time for processing before the actual June 30 expiration date. The application form must be signed by the licensee and include evidence of participation in CPME or Board-approved continuing education programs, as described in part 6900.0300, and any other information as the board may reasonably require.
A renewal application postmarked after June 30 in the renewal year shall be returned to the licensee for the addition of the late fee and is not complete until it has been received by the board.
Any time after July 1 of the applicable year, the board will send to the last address on file with the board, a notice to a licensee who has not submitted a renewal application. The notice will state the licensee has failed to make application for renewal; the amount of renewal and late fees and information about continuing education that must be submitted in order for the license to be renewed; that the licensee may voluntarily terminate the license by notifying the board; and that failure to respond to the notice by the date specified will result in expiration of the license and terminating the right to practice.
If the application for renewal as provided in subpart 1 or notice of voluntary termination is not received by the board by the date specified in the notice, the license will expire and the licensee's right to practice terminates on the date specified in the notice. The expiration and termination will not be considered disciplinary action against the licensee.
A license that has expired under this part may be reinstated under part 6900.0210.