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Lincoln – On March 27, 2020, Governor Pete Ricketts signed Executive Order 20-10 which suspended several statutes and their implementing regulations from the Uniform Credentialing Act, pushing back the renewal deadline for several licenses until 30 days after the COVID-19 State of Emergency is lifted.
Licensees whose renewal was impacted by Executive Order 20-10 who choose to renew prior to the closing date of the executive order may now do so. Licensees are being notified via postcard when renewal is available.
To renew, go to dhhs.ne.gov/renew. The record of those who choose to renew before the Executive Order expires will reflect the expiration date that coincides with the next regular renewal period. A wallet card can be printed to verify the new expiration date at dhhs.ne.gov/lookup.
If the licensee chooses to continue to defer renewal, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Licensure Unit will notify him or her when renewal is required. Licensees will then have 90 days to renew. For information regarding Continuing Competency waivers, check out http://dhhs.ne.gov/licensure/Documents/ContCompWaiverInfo.pdf.
License types with renewal deferred by EO 20-10 include:
License types with renewal deferred by EO 20-10 continued: