Nevada Public Health and Safety
Sec. § 453A.740
Regulations; fees.


The Administrator of the Division shall adopt such regulations as the Administrator determines are necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter governing the issuance of registry identification cards and letters of approval and the regulation of the holders of such cards and letters. The regulations must set forth, without limitation:

1.

Procedures pursuant to which the Division will issue a registry identification card or letter of approval or, in cooperation with the Department of Motor Vehicles, cause a registry identification card to be prepared and issued to a qualified person as a type of identification card described in NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive. The procedures described in this subsection must provide that the Division will:

(a)

Issue a registry identification card or letter of approval to a qualified person; or

(b)

Designate the Department of Motor Vehicles to issue a registry identification card to a person if:

(1)

The person presents to the Department of Motor Vehicles valid documentation issued by the Division indicating that the Division has approved the issuance of a registry identification card to the person; and

(2)

The Department of Motor Vehicles, before issuing the registry identification card, confirms by telephone or other reliable means that the Division has approved the issuance of a registry identification card to the person.

2.

That if the Division issues a registry identification card pursuant to subsection 1, the Division may charge and collect any fee authorized for the issuance of an identification card described in NRS 483.810 to 483.890, inclusive.

3.

Fees for processing and issuing a registry identification card or letter of approval, which must not exceed:

(a)

For a registry identification card or letter of approval which is valid for 1 year, $50.

(b)

For a registry identification card or letter of approval which is valid for 2 years, $100.
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Nov. 11, 2019