(a) Any electrologist who notifies the Department in writing on forms prescribed by
the Department may elect to place a license on inactive status and shall, subject
to rules of the Department, be excused from payment of renewal fees until the Department
is notified in writing of the intention to restore the license.
(b) Any electrologist who has permitted a license to expire or who has a license on
inactive status may have the license restored by submitting an application to the
Department, filing proof acceptable to the Department of fitness to have the license
restored, and paying the required fees. Proof of fitness may include sworn evidence certifying to active lawful practice
in another jurisdiction. The Department shall determine, by an evaluation process established by rule, a
person's fitness for restoration of a license and shall establish procedures and requirements
(c) Any electrologist whose license expired while (i) on active duty with the Armed
Forces of the United States or the State Militia called into service or training,
or (ii) in training or education under the supervision of the United States preliminary
to induction into the military service, may have the license restored without paying
any lapsed renewal fees if, within 2 years after honorable termination of service,
training, or education, the licensee furnishes the Department with satisfactory evidence
that the licensee has been so engaged and that the service, training, or education
has been so terminated.
(d) An electrologist requesting restoration from inactive status shall be required
to pay the current renewal fee and shall be required to follow procedures to restore
the license as provided in this Section.
(e) An electrologist whose license is on inactive or non-renewed status shall not
practice in the State of Illinois.
A licensee who engages in practice with an inactive or non-renewed license shall be
considered to be practicing without a license, which shall be grounds for discipline
under Section 75 of this Act.
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