Frequently Asked Questions
I received a Certificate of Qualification and Registration (CQR) with conditions. How long do I have to fulfill them?
If your Certificate of Qualification and Registration was issued prior to September 1, 2015, you have three years from the date your CQR was issued to fulfill your conditions. You may request up to two one-year extensions to fulfill your conditions, before your certificate expires.
If your CQR was issued on or after September 1, 2015, you have five years from the date of your initial certification to fulfill the conditions on your certificate. You may request a one-time, one-year extension to fulfill your conditions, before your certificate expires.
You may request a review of these conditions by our Registration Appeals Committee. The Request for Review by Registration Appeals Committee form is available through our E-Services. Appeals must be submitted within 60 days of the Registrar’s decision.
The committee panel, at its earliest scheduled meeting, will review your request and notify you in writing of its decision on your appeal. The committee will use its best efforts to ensure a decision is made within 120 days from when we received your appeal.