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Question:

I am trying to find out if an applicant fails to pass his/her English language requirement within the two-years, would he/she have to re-start the whole process again, including getting the original transcripts from the foreign university where he/she attended. In addition, would the applicant have to pay a new set of fees?

Answer by Donna Richardson:

The applicant would only have to take the English exams again. However if their current license has expired they would have to renew it and have it revalidated.


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