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Alaska Statutes Title 8. Business and Professions § 08.26.060. Application requirements

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To apply for a license under this chapter, a person shall submit an application on a form provided by the department and submit

(1) two complete fingerprint cards containing fingerprints and other information required by the Department of Public Safety to obtain state and national criminal history record information under AS 12.62 and AS 12.64;

(2) a written waiver of confidentiality signed by the applicant allowing the department to access at any time relevant complaint information made about the applicant to adult protective services, the designated protection and advocacy agency, the long term care ombudsman, or an entity that certifies or licenses private professional guardians or private professional conservators;

(3) a written statement signed by the applicant that the applicant will allow immediate access at any time to the department to the file of a ward or protected person and to financial information regarding the applicant, including corporate or other business records; and

(4) payment of the application fee, any criminal history record information checks fee charged under AS 12.62.160(d), and any other fees required by the department.

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