- Renewing your license online is simple and efficient, taking only about 5 minutes. The process requires you to enter information from the renewal materials mailed to you by DOPL, verify and update your unique licensure information, answer a few questions, and pay your renewal fees.
- During the renewal process, you will be asked if you have completed or will complete all renewal requirements, including continuing education hours. You must also certify that you are qualified in all respects for the renewal or reinstatement of this license.
- Additionally, you will be asked to certify that you are the licensee identified in this renewal system. Therefore, this process should only be completed by the individual licensee - not by a secretary, office manager, or other representative. If the license is held by an entity, the individual most responsible for the license should complete the online process.
- Upon completion of the renewal process, you will be shown a Certificate of License Renewal that you can print and use as a receipt for your records. This certificate can be used as proof of licensure, allowing you to continue practicing until your renewed license arrives, via the U.S. postal service, in approximately 2 weeks. If you do not receive your license in a timely manner, call (801) 530-6628 or (866) 275-3675 (toll-free in Utah).
- If you did not receive renewal materials in the mail, it is likely due to a change in your mailing address that was not submitted to DOPL. Call (801) 530-6628 or (866) 275-3675 (toll-free in Utah) to obtain your online renewal ID number and information on updating your address of record.
- When renewing online, if you possess a secondary license (i.e. controlled substance), it will renew at the same time as your primary license. Simply use your primary license number when logging into the online system, and both licenses will be processed together. If you hold more than one primary license you must complete the online renewal process separately for each license.