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Chapter 609-10 CHANGE IN STATUS

Rule 609-10-.01 Request for Duplicate Wall Certificate

Upon receipt of a written request and appropriate fee, the Board will issue a duplicate wall certificate.

Rule 609-10-.02 Request for Duplicate Identification Card

Upon receipt of a written request and appropriate fee, the Board will issue a duplicate identification card.

Rule 609-10-.03 Change in Name

The licensee shall submit a certified copy of a marriage certificate, court order, or other certified documentation of legal name change, and the appropriate application and fee established by the Board in order to make a change of name.

Rule 609-10-.04 Change in Address

The licensee shall notify the Board Office, in writing, within 30 days of making an address change from that previously filed with the Board.