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Provisional License

Qualifications for a Provisional License

A qualified applicant may be issued a Provisional License if they have applied for a permanent license through the examination process and: 1) speak English as a second language, and 2) were born in a foreign country, and 3) have not obtained a passing score on the ASWB national examination, and 4) meet all requirements for licensure.
 
A provisional license expires three years after the effective date. A provisional license is valid until expiration, or until the Board issues or denies a license under section 148E.055, or until the Board revokes the provisional license, whichever comes first. Complete details can be found at Minnesota State Statute 148D.061, Minnesota State Statute 148D.062, Minnesota State Statute 148D.063.
 
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