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You MUST hold at least one current license in a Primary Modality to apply for a ND Sonographer Conditional License. A primary modality is defined in ND Law 43-62-01(7). You must have a conditional license before you can begin practicing sonography. The conditional license is a two-year license. You will be required to meet certain requirements within the first year to prove you are actively working toward registration. The conditions will be listed in the conditional letter you will received once your license is issued.
There is no fee/charge for this application. Conditional license is valid for two years and maybe renewed once or upon Board approval. The applicant must submit a request and documentation to renew.
Conditional Licensure Application Process Overview
Prior to beginning the application please ensure you have all the correct documents.
Progress reports must be submitted after one (1) year to show you are actively working towards your national registry requirements.
To transition your Conditional to a full sonography license:
Once you have a full license, each time you renew your registry (ARRT, ARDMS, CCI, NMTCB, etc.), you must submit a copy of your new registry card to the NDMIRTB office. You can upload your card on the Licensee Dashboard.
During online application, please do not use the back button in your browser. To make a change to answers on a previous page or to review your application before submitting, please use the "Save for Later" button to save your application, log back in and access and review the previous pages. If at any time you wish to exit the process, please click the "Exit" button located at the bottom of the page.If you will be away from your computer for any period of time after starting your online application, it is strongly advised that you click on the "Save for Later" button located at the bottom of each page to minimize the risk of losing the data that you have input into the system. You can then log back into the application at a later time.
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