Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Exemption from renewal fees, continuing education requirements, and any other related requirements under the Occupational Code for mobilized military personnel
An individual or qualifying officer who is a licensee or registrant under the Occupational Code and who is mobilized for military duty in the armed forces of the United States by the president of the United States is temporarily exempt from the renewal license fee, continuing education requirements, and any other related requirements of this act. It is the obligation of the licensee or registrant to inform the department by written or electronic mail of the desire to exercise this temporary exemption. If the licensee applying for the temporary exemption is the individual responsible for supervision and oversight of licensed activities, notice of arrangements for adequate provision of that supervision and oversight shall be provided to the department. The licensee or registrant shall accompany the request with proof, as determined by the department, to verify the mobilized duty status. The department, upon receiving a request for a temporary exemption, shall make a determination of the requestor's status and grant the temporary exemption after verification of mobilized duty status. A temporary exemption is valid until 90 days after the licensee's or registrant's release from the mobilized duty upon which the exemption was based, but shall not exceed 36 months from the date of expiration of the license or registration.
See MCL 339.411(11).