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The Board will make available a list of Board-approved English proficiency examinations on its web site. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (378843) to (378844). Code § 21.7 (relating to temporary practice permits); 49 Pa. (e) An applicant for licensure by endorsement shall demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting proof that the applicants nursing education program was conducted in English or that the applicant received a passing score on a Board-approved English proficiency examination unless the applicant has met this requirement in satisfaction of § 21.7(b)(2) (relating to temporary practice permits). (2) Successfully completing a Board-approved reactivation program, which requires passage of a nursing achievement examination. The provisions of this § 21.30 amended October 22, 1976, effective October 23, 1976, 6 Pa. 2677; amended June 17, 1977, effective June 18, 1977, 7 Pa. 1641; amended September 16, 1983, effective September 17, 1983, 13 Pa. 2829; amended December 16, 2016, effective December 17, 2016, 46 Pa. (a) A registered nurse whose license has lapsed for 5 years or longer or has been placed on inactive status for 5 years or longer, as permitted in section 11(b) of the act (63 P. § 221(b)), may reactivate the license by doing one of the following: (1) Successfully completing the initial licensing examination approved by the Board and submitting the examination fee in § 21.5 (relating to fees).
(3) Verify that the registered nurse has complied with the continuing education requirements mandated by section 12.1 of the act (63 P. § 222) during the biennial period immediately preceding the application for renewal in accordance with § § 21.13121.134 (relating to continuing education).
(d) An applicant for licensure by endorsement whose license in the other jurisdiction is not current for 5 years or longer shall, prior to receiving a license in this Commonwealth, satisfy the requirements of § 21.30a(a)(1) or (2) (relating to continued competency).
The Board will base educational equivalency upon an evaluation administered by a Board-approved foreign credentials evaluator.
(b) A registered nurse whose license has been suspended for 5 years or longer may reactivate the license after complying with the terms of the suspension Order by doing either of the following: (1) Successfully completing the initial licensing examination approved by the Board and submitting the examination fee in § 21.5.
(3) Providing evidence to the Board that the applicant has a current license and has practiced as a registered nurse in another jurisdiction at some period of time within the last 5 years.