Temporary Educational Permit
To qualify for licensure you must:
- Have graduated from an accredited school or college of medicine or osteopathic medicine located in the United States or Canada or a foreign medical school or college of medicine.
- Have been accepted into an accredited hospital or school or college of medicine approved graduate program.
- Have attained at least the age of 19, and have good moral character.
- Completed application.
- Application fee of $25.00
- Submit official documentation showing successful completion of an accredited school or college of medicine.
- Official documentation from the hospital or school or college of medicine which indicates acceptance as a graduate student, the duration of the program, and the specific approved graduate medical educational program. (This is a form in your application packet)
- In most cases, Temporary Educational Permit holder’s have a Federal Controlled Substance Registration. Upon receiving this registration, a copy must be sent to our office for our records.
- If a foreign graduate, submit proof of a permanent, valid indefinitely, Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) Certificate or
- Proof of having successfully passed the Visa Qualifying Examination or its successor or equivalent examination required by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service or:
- Proof of having successfully completed a program of American medical training designated as the Fifth Pathway and passed the ECFMG examination but have not been issued a permanent certificate.
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