36-27A-11 License of another state.
License of another state.
A psychologist licensed by another state, or by a
province of Canada, may practice within this state for a maximum of six months, during which time
the psychologist's credentials shall be reviewed and the psychologist's application for licensing
accepted or denied. Within thirty calendar days after the commencement of the psychologist's
practice in this state, the psychologist shall apply to the Board of Examiners of Psychologists for
licensing. The board, upon application and payment of the license fee, shall license any person who
is licensed by any other country, state, territory or possession of the United States, if the license was
issued under the minimum requirements of this chapter and who has practiced at least five years in
such jurisdiction, and who does not have a complaint pending with such state or province, or any
other jurisdiction. The application shall include a consent by the applicant for the release of
information by all prior jurisdictions where licensed of all information relative to the applicant,
including any disciplinary proceedings even if, by agreement or otherwise, the proceedings are
Source: SL 1976, ch 235, § 12; SDCL Supp, § 36-27-22; SL 1981, ch 281, § 11; SL 2008, ch 197,