License Renewal

All renewals are due by December 31st

Active license renewals are $90

Renewals active on individual & firm dashboards October 1st of due date year.

Late fees are $15/month for up to two (2) years, see *reinstating, below for details.

To renew online click here --> INDIVIDUALS

In order to renew your professional license online you will need your last name, last four (4) digits of your social security number, and license number. Once complete your pocket card and a receipt will be sent to the email address you provided at the time of your renewal. If you choose not to renew on the new online system, documents for paper renewal can be downloaded below.

To renew online click here --> FIRMS

In order to renew the firm’s license you will need the firm’s EIN/Tax ID number and the firm’s license number. Once completed, the firm’s pocket card and a receipt will be sent to the email address provided at the time of renewal. If the firm chooses not to renew on the new online system, documents for paper renewal can be downloaded below.

To renew by paper-

Mail in forms:

Individual Renewal

Firm Renewal

Click here to download the credit card form to mail in with the paper renewal or make checks payable to: WY BD PEPLS

FEE SCHEDULE


*REINSTATING A LICENSE

(Lapsed for less than 2 years-SEE BELOW)

A license that has lapsed, for less than 2 years, may be reinstated by sending in the appropriate fees (see fee schedule), along with the CPC Reporting form with the 30 CPC’s claimed for the previous 2 year period.

(Lapsed for 2 or more years-SEE BELOW)

Wyoming State Statute Article 5 33-29-501 (d):

"An individual whose license has been expired for more than two (2) years may not renew the license. The individual may obtain a new license by complying with the requirements of this act for obtaining an original license."


What hours can I claim for my renewal?

For a complete list of hours that may be claimed please refer to:

Rules and Regulations Chapter 4, Section 4.

For licensees claiming exemption:

ACCEPTABLE STATES FOR COMITY