Don’t Let Temporary License Fool You

May 16th, 2011 by Jon Porter | Print
The Board does have the power to issue “temporary licenses.” Some people get confused that this means the Board will provisionally allow you to practice once you file an application. This is incorrect. Only once all your material has been received, you have passed the Texas Jurisprudence Exam, and your application has been evaluated and approved by Board staff, can they issue a temporary license. This will permit you to work in Texas until the full license is granted at the next full Board meeting

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