8 CRR-NY 51.3NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 8. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
CHAPTER II. REGULATIONS OF THE COMMISSIONER
SUBCHAPTER A. HIGHER AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
PART 51. ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL STUDY
8 CRR-NY 51.3
8 CRR-NY 51.3
51.3 Application for admission.
(a) An applicant for admission to a professional school in this State shall satisfy the preliminary education requirement prescribed by statute or by these regulations.
(b) An applicant for admission to a professional licensing examination shall submit evidence that he satisfied the preliminary education requirement before beginning his professional study, and that such professional study, including experience, satisfied the requirement prescribed by statute or by these regulations.
(c)
(1) An applicant for the indorsement of a license shall submit evidence that he satisfied the preliminary education requirement before beginning his professional study, that such professional study, including experience, satisfied the requirements prescribed by statute or by these regulations, and that the license is the original authority to practice and not an endorsement. The fee for indorsement shall be the same as the fee for license on examination.
(2) An applicant for admission to a professional school in this State, or for admission to a licensing examination or for the indorsement of a license, whose application is based upon credit granted for the completion of courses of study in a country where English is not the language spoken, shall demonstrate his proficiency in English by passing an examination in English given by the department, or by submitting evidence of the completion of a satisfactory course of study in English or in such other manner as the commissioner shall determine.
(3) An applicant for admission to professional practice, who is not a citizen of the United States, shall submit, in such form and manner as the commissioner shall determine, satisfactory evidence that he has fully complied with all Federal and New York State statutes relative to the registration of aliens. No credential for admission to professional study or practice, no credit toward professional study or practice, and no admission to any examination shall be granted said applicant until evidence of such compliance has been accepted. Evidence of such compliance shall likewise be required of every applicant who has applied prior to the enactment of this regulation before further credit or any credential is granted him.
8 CRR-NY 51.3
Current through March 31, 2021
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