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Illinois IDFPR discipline attorneyThe Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation allows licensees who have certain public disciplines on their records to classify them as confidential seven years after the disciplinary offense occurs. Specifically, the opportunity exists for licensees who have been disciplined for: failing to pay taxes or student loans; failing to complete the required number of continuing education credits; failing to renew a license on time; failing to obtain or renew a certificate of registration or ancillary license; violating rules related to advertising; or any ground for discipline that has been removed from the relevant licensing Act. When IDFPR grants these applications, the affected disciplinary actions are considered expunged.

The Law Offices of Joseph J. Bogdan, LLC can assist with expunging disciplinary actions or any other issues related to professional licenses. Contact our Illinois professional license defense lawyers at 630-310-1267.

Illinois license attorneyBeing able to practice in the social work field takes much time and effort. Several years of talking undergraduate and graduate courses pay off in the end. Even though those years may have passed, and you’re efficiently practicing in your chosen field, you will always have to keep taking courses to stay up to date with legal requirements. It is important to keep learning about new social work laws and requirements for the license, to continue working effectively in this practice.

First Time Licensure and Renewal of the Social Work License

If this is your first time obtaining your social work license, you will not need to complete 30 continuing education units (CEU’s) for licensure. A CEU is one credit unit that equals 10 participating hours in an accredited program for licensed social workers. Also, if you are renewing your social work license for the first time, you are not required to complete 30 CEU’s, but you must apply through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) to renew your license.

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