Limited Permits are available only once for
those who are applying to take the NBCOT examination. The Limited
permit costs $25 + $40 (fingerprinting) and is eligible for 90 days from the date of
your NBCOT Authorization to Test notification.
OT and OTA LP Application and Supervision form 2019.docx
OT and OTA LP Application and Supervision form 2019.pdf
· Return the signed
and completed form with a $65 check or money order payable to the “OT Licensing
Board”. We are not set up to accept credit cards. ($65 includes $25 limited permit fee plus $40 for fingerprint background checks).
· Your official
school transcripts must be sent directly to the Oregon OT Licensing Board from
your school. Transcripts sent via eSCRIP are accepted as long as they
are sent by the school.
· We require the
"Authorization to Test" notification from NBCOT - you can forward the
email or fax a copy. You do not need to pay for a
paper copy to be sent to the OT Licensing Board if you have the email.
· Pay to have NBCOT
scores transferred to the Oregon Board.
· Have a signed
"LP Statement of Supervision" filed in the OTLB office prior to
working under the LP. It can be faxed to 971-673-0226 or scanned and
· Once we receive
all the required documentation, we issue licenses within 3
days. Make sure you send your fee and required documentation for
licensure to the board well in advance of your limited permit expiration
· If you fail the
NBCOT exam, your limited permit is automatically void. You can no longer
work as an OT / OTA until you pass the exam.
· Limited permits
are available only once.
· If you have a Yes answer to a
background question, make sure to send your application in early to allow time
for Board approval.
- Any application received after Jan. 1, 2018 will require a fingerprint background check. Schedule an appointment with Fieldprint: Fieldprint USA /Toll free phone: (877)614-4364. You will need to provide Field print with the OT Board agency code FPOccuTheraLicBd in order to make an appointment.
Please note: If a past arrest does show up on the fingerprint FBI background check and you do not check “Yes” to the question regarding arrest history, your application automatically must go in front of the full board. Since the board meets quarterly, this may result in waiting a longer period-of-time for your license than if you disclosed the arrest on your application. Many applicants will confuse “dismissed” cases with “expunged”. Dismissed cases will still show up on the background check.