Expired Certificates/Time Extensions/Renewals

  1. If my Provisional certificate expires and I do not qualify for a Permanent certificate prior to February 2, 2004, will I be able to obtain my Permanent certificate at a future date?

  2. After February 2, 2004, if I have an expired Provisional certificate, how do I determine the new certificate title I should apply for?

  3. I was granted a time extension on my Provisional certificate. Is it affected by the new certification requirements that went into effect 2/2/04?

 

  1. My Provisional certificate expired and I did not qualify for a Permanent certificate prior to February 2, 2004. Will I be able to obtain my Permanent certificate at a future date?

    No. After February 2, 2004, your expired Provisional certificate will not be able to be renewed and you will not be able to obtain a Permanent certificate. top

  2. I have an expired Provisional certificate. How do I determine the new Initial certificate title I should apply for?

    It is your choice, based upon your background and qualifications for the new certificate titles.  top

  3. I was granted a time extension on my Provisional certificate. Will I be affected by the new certification requirements that go into effect 2/2/04?

    No. As long as you maintain a valid certificate, you will continue to fall under the requirements in effect at the time your Provisional certificate was issued. If you complete the requirements for a Permanent certificate within the life of your Provisional certificate, a Permanent certificate will be issued to you upon application.  top

Last Updated: February 28, 2012