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Body Piercing Trainee - $50
Earlobe - $25
Body Piercing - $50
Body Piercing Level 1 - $50
Body Piercing Level 2 - $50
Tattoo - $50
Electrology - $50
Temporary Practitioner -$50
by Reciprocity - $150
Facility - $100
Mobile Facility - $100
Event Facility - $100
Temporary Facility - $100
Examinations (all fields of practice)
Written Exam - $50
Practical/Skills Exam -$100
Licensure (valid for one year, unless otherwise stated)
Body Piercing Trainee - $50
Body Piercing - $50
Body Piercing Level 1 - $50
Body Piercing Level 2 - $50
Earlobe - $25
Tattoo - $50
Electrology - $25
Temporary Facility - $50, valid for 15 days
Facility - $150
Mobile Facility - $150
Event Facility / Temporary Event Practitioner Licenses (valid for 15 days)
Temporary Practitioner-$20
1-101 Booths - $725
101-200 Booths - $1,450
201-300 Booths - $2,175
301-400 Booths - $2,900
401-500 Booths - $3,625
Renewals, (valid for one year)
Body Piercing Trainee - $50
Body Piercing - $50
Body Piercing Level 1 - $50
Body Piercing Level 2 - $50
Earlobe - $25
Tattoo - $50
Electrology - $25
Facility - $150
Mobile Facility - $150
Online Renewals, renew online and save!, (valid for one year)
Tattoo - $45
Electrology - $20
Facility - $125
Mobile Facility - $125
Miscellaneous
Delinquency (Late) Fee - $50 per year, up to three years.
Replacement License - $25
Affidavit of Licensure - $50 
Non-sufficient funds (NSF) check returned for payment - $25
 
Application Packet - $ 10
(includes Oregon laws and rules)
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Application forms and laws and rules are available for free by download.
 
Veterans may be eligible for test fee reimbursement.
 
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(3) Individuals taking the body piercing written and practical examination from January 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013, will have their examination fees waived as long as funding remains available.
 
(4) Facility application and licensing fees for facilities licensed prior to January 1, 2012, will have their application and licensing fees waived between January 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 or as long as funding remains available.
 
 (5) Practitioners who were permanently licensed prior to January 1, 2012, will have their renewal fee waived between January 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 or as long as funding remains available.