Renewing and Reinstating your license can now be done entirely through the online portal.
The renewal period begins November 1 and an email reminder will be sent to registrants email, with further reminders being sent weekly until the renewal application has been submitted. Renewal is only available if registrants are meeting their Quality Practice Program requirements (Passed Annual Jurisprudence Exam, Minimum CE, Practice Hours and Portfolio completed in previous 5 years). A late fee of $100 is assessed for renewal applications submitted after November 30. To ensure time to process your application prior to the office closing for the holidays all applications must be submitted no later than Dec 15.
Application to reactivate a license can also be submitted through the online portal. Licenses designated as Resigned and Leave of Absence can be reinstated through the online portal as long as the absence has not been more than 18 months or more than one renewal period . Please contact the Registrar immediately if that may not be the case. As with renewals Quality Practice Program requirements must be met.
Expired, Revoked, and Suspended license cannot be reinstated without contacting the Registrar.
ONLINE APPLICATION TIPS
The online application for both Renewals and Reinstatements are essentially the same, and are quite straight forward to complete. There are, however, a few tips to ensure that your application is complete upon submission. Please review the following tips prior to submitting an application for renewal or reinstatement.
Please note: if your application is incomplete you will be informed. Please review the response, return to your application and resubmit after updating.