Reinstating an expired license
If your North Dakota license has expired and you wish to practice medical imaging in North Dakota again, you will need to submit an Application for Reinstatement of License and pay the $200 fee for reinstatement. This is not an online application and requires a check or money order payable to NDMIRTB. Along with your application, please submit a copy of your current national registry card.
To look up your license number: Go to the Online Verification Page and enter your last name. Doing so should bring up your license number. You may also try using your first name but it must be exactly the same as we have recorded in the database. Example: If your legal name is Katherine, but you used Kate to apply for your license; you must search with Kate, as that is what will match to our database.
If licensed in another state, you must provide verification directly from that state(s) of an unrestricted and unencumbered license in accordance with ND Administrative Code 114-02-02-02.
Some of the Criminal History background check forms are NOW available online, please refer to the Criminal History Record Check section of the website. You will need to complete the forms and send them back to the Board office to be processed. The background check is processed by the ND BCI office and generally takes 2 weeks to get the results. The processing is done through the FBI and cannot be expedited or rushed. The license will not be reinstated until the background check results are returned.
The license must be reinstated within 6 months of completing the application and background check. Beyond 6 months, may require you to complete a new application with another fee and/or complete a new background check with another fee.
114-02-02-04. Continuing education requirement for relicensure:
This requirement becomes effective for license renewal of the 2022 renewal cycle and continuing thereafter.
- Continuing education for purposes of relicensure must be:
- Accepted by an applicable certification organization to maintain certification and registration and earned within the previous two-year renewal cycle; or
- Otherwise the individual shall meet the unique licensure or practice standard requirements established by the board under subsection 7 of North Dakota Century Code section 43-62-14.
Questions please contact the Board office at email@example.com.