A renewal is late if it is postmarked after the expiration date, or if the continuing education hours are completed after the expiration date. A 50% penalty fee is required to late renew the license and all endorsements, appointments, employee/employer relationships must be reestablished with the appropriate forms and fees. There is no grace period. You have one year from the expiration date to late renew the license; after which time you must file a new application, appointment (s), fees, prelicensing certificates and pass the qualifying examination.
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