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This section provides everything you need to know about making application for a chiropractic license in Oregon. The information is laid out in the order in which things happen. Make application, be fingerprinted, pass the exam, and obtain your initial license. Review each section below for instructions.
All applicants for Oregon chiropractic licensure are required to be fingerprinted.
OBCE staff will email the fingerprint instructions to you upon receipt of your application packet and fee. Applicants are encouraged to make their appointment for fingerprinting as soon as possible as it takes at least 7-10 business days to process the background report.
The resulting background report will be provided to the OBCE by the Oregon State Police and FBI. The Board will review any questionable disclosures or non-disclosures. Non-disclosures will delay the processing of your application.
Once the Board approves your application to take the examinations, you will receive two pieces of information:
The following documents are your study materials for the Doctor of Chiropractic Examination:
To obtain your initial Oregon active license, your application file must be complete and your exams passed.
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