Expiration, renewal and reinstatement of licenses.
1.Each license issued pursuant to NRS 630.2694 expires on June 30, or if June 30 is a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, on the next business day after June 30, of every odd-numbered year and may be renewed if, before the license expires, the holder of the license submits to the Board:
(a)A completed application for renewal on a form prescribed by the Board;
(b)Proof of completion of the requirements for continuing education prescribed by regulations adopted by the Board pursuant to NRS 630.269; and
(c)The applicable fee for renewal of the license prescribed by the Board pursuant to NRS 630.2691.
2.A license that expires pursuant to this section not more than 2 years before an application for renewal is made may be reinstated only if the applicant:
(a)Complies with the provisions of subsection 1; and
(b)Submits to the Board the fees:
(1)For the reinstatement of an expired license, prescribed by regulations adopted by the Board pursuant to NRS 630.269; and
(2)For each biennium that the license was expired, for the renewal of the license.
3.If a license has been expired for more than 2 years, a person may not renew or reinstate the license but must apply for a new license and submit to the examination required pursuant to NRS 630.2692.
4.The Board shall send a notice of renewal to each licensee not later than 60 days before his or her license expires. The notice must include the amount of the fee for renewal of the license.
Section 630.2695 — Expiration, renewal and reinstatement of licenses.,