For Licensees Interested in Restoring an inactive, canceled, or forfeited license to help during the COVID-19 pandemic

Pursuant to the Governor's Executive Order N-39-20, during the State of Emergency, the Director of the California Department of Consumer Affairs may waive any statutory or regulatory requirements with respect to a professional license issued pursuant to Division 2 of the Business and Professions Code (the Code), including the requirements to reactivate or restore a license to active status. Accordingly, the Director temporarily waives any statutory or regulatory requirement that an individual seeking to reactivate or restore a license originally issued pursuant to Division 2 of the Code.

In order to facilitate the issues of this temporary license, you much visit the following website and fill out the online form. Once the application is submitted, the Board will process the request. Upon review and approval of the application, a temporary license will be issued allowing the licensee the authority to practice for a predetermined amount of time. Finally, upon the completion of the Executive Order waiving license restoration requirements, licensees status will return to the condition of their pre-pandemic license.

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Board of Chiropractic Examiners
1625 North Market Blvd., Suite N-327
Sacramento, CA 95834