IF YOU ARE ATTEMPTING TO RENEW AND DO NOT HAVE A SECURITY CODE, PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER BEFORE CALLING THE BOARD OFFICE. SECURITY CODES WERE EMAILED ON JANUARY 7, 2020. THE SUBJECT LINE READS "IMPORTANT!! AZ OT/OTA License Renewal Reminder".
The Board voted on September 16, 2019, to give the executive director the authority to approve licenses (initial, renewal, and reinstatements) that do not require Board review. That means applicants do not have to wait for a Board meeting to have their licenses approved and issued.
Obtaining an Arizona License
What is required to be licensed as an occupational therapist or assistant?
What are the fees for getting a license?
Do I have to be a citizen to be licensed?
I am sitting for my NBCOT exam, what do I need to have them send to Arizona for my license?
If I am applying for a license or renewing a license, is it possible for the Board to review my application if I am missing any document?
If I have a limited permit, sit for the national exam and fail, may I get another limited permit?
Why do I have to have my fingerprints submitted?
But I already have a clearance card. Why do I need to be fingerprinted again?
When I submit my fingerprint card will I receive a clearance card?
What happens if I do not meet the requirements for continuing education? Can I have my license extended?
Can my continuing education be anything at any time?
My license expires after one board meeting but before the next meeting, what do I do?
Is there a cut off time for getting my documents submitted to be issued an initial or renewal license?
How soon after the Board approves my application will I receive my license?
How do I verify a license?
Is there a fee to send verification of my license to another state?
How can I get a mailing list of the licensed occupational therapists?