(225 ILCS 15/11) (from Ch. 111, par. 5361)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2027)
    Sec. 11. Persons licensed in other jurisdictions.
    (a) The Department may, in its discretion, grant a license on payment of the required fee to any person who, at the time of application, is licensed by another state or jurisdiction of the United States or by any foreign country or province whose standards, in the opinion of the Department, were substantially equivalent, at the date of his or her licensure in the other jurisdiction, to the requirements of this Act or to any person who, at the time of his or her licensure, possessed individual qualifications that were substantially equivalent to the requirements then in force in this State.
    (b) The Department may issue a license, upon payment of the required fee and recommendation of the Board, to an individual applicant who:
        (1) has been licensed based on a doctorate degree to
practice psychology in one or more other states or Canada for at least 20 years;
        (2) has had no disciplinary action taken against his
or her license in any other jurisdiction during the entire period of licensure;
        (3) (blank);
        (4) has not violated any provision of this Act or the
rules adopted under this Act; and
        (5) complies with all additional rules promulgated
under this subsection.
    The Department may promulgate rules to further define these licensing criteria.
    (b-5) The endorsement process for individuals who are already licensed as medical or prescribing psychologists in another state is governed by Section 4.5 of this Act and not this Section.
    (c) Applicants have 3 years from the date of application to complete the application process. If the process has not been completed in 3 years, the application shall be denied, the fee shall be forfeited, and the applicant must reapply and meet the requirements in effect at the time of reapplication.
(Source: P.A. 99-572, eff. 7-15-16.)