Rule 4723-2-05 | Temporary military licenses.
(1) "In good standing" means an applicant's license in another state or jurisdiction is current, valid and unrestricted;
(2) "License" includes certificates;
(3) "Spouse" means a person to whom the applicant for a temporary license is currently married, or less than six months have expired since the divorce, dissolution, or annulment of the marriage.
(B) The board shall issue temporary licenses to applicants according to section 4743.041 of the Revised Code. For purposes of determining whether an applicant is qualified for a temporary license as set forth in that section, the following apply:
(1) The applicant has indicated in the Ohio elicense system that the applicant is seeking a temporary military license;
(2) The applicant holds a license in good standing in another state or jurisdiction, of the same type sought in this state;
(3) The applicant has submitted to the board a copy of a document issued by the armed forces showing that the applicant or the applicant's spouse is on military duty in this state; and
(4) The board has received the results of a criminal records check conducted in accordance with section 4723.091 of the Revised Code and is not ineligible for temporary licensure due to a disqualifying criminal offense as specified in section 4723.092 of the Revised Code.
(C) The board shall waive all license fees for issuance of a temporary license as required by section 4743.041 of the Revised Code.
(D) The board shall issue a temporary license to a qualified applicant within fourteen days of board's receipt of the results of a criminal records check conducted in accordance with section 4723.091 of the Revised Code.
(1) In order to track, prioritize and expedite the issuance of temporary military licenses, the board shall comply with the requirements of rule 4723-2-02 of the Administrative Code.
(2) The board may postpone issuance of the temporary license until:
(a) Completion of any investigation being conducted by the licensing agency in another state or jurisdiction in which the applicant holds a license; or
(b) Confirmation from the licensing agency in another state or jurisdiction that the applicant holds a license of the same type sought in this state that is in good standing.
(E) For purposes of implementing temporary licenses in accordance with section 4743.041 of the Revised Code, the temporary license shall be valid for a period of six years.
(F) Within thirty days following the board's fiscal year end, the board shall submit a report to the director of veterans services on the number and type of temporary licenses issued according to section 4743.041 of the Revised Code during fiscal year.
Last updated April 15, 2021 at 9:06 AM