Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation in Montana, all Montana Department of Labor & Industry offices are closed to the public to protect the health and safety of our clients and staff. Our services are available through remote delivery. We are available to assist customers through our online public portal at EBIZ.MT.GOV/POL (Professional and Occupational Licenses) and EBIZ.MT.GOV (for Permits). For other services, please contact us via email at DLIBSDWEBHELP@MT.GOV or by phone (406) 841-2300.
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(1) Due to the Covid-19 Outbreak, the New Doc Seminar presentation scheduled in conjunction with the Montana Chiropractic Association Annual Meeting on March 21, 2020 is cancelled. Staff is working on a solution to presenting this seminar, possibly remotely, in addition to the next scheduled board meeting on October 22, 2020. Any Questions Related to Re-Opening, should be directed to the Governor's office, further information can be found on the Joint Information Center Website.
Effective immediately: All board meetings will be held by conference call. No outside participants or stakeholders will be allowed access in the building. Please attend by phone.
(2) New Licensees/Applicants: The board recognizes that the current pandemic has created discord in the normal application, examination, and licensure process. We are striving to address these concerns and potential roadblocks as quickly as possible; however, please understand that this will not occur overnight. The board must continue its public safety mission while adapting to daily changes occurring from the pandemic. This will take time. For now, applicants are encouraged to begin their application for licensure and to complete as much of the required information as possible. Applications remain valid for one (1) year under normal circumstances. If you submit your application and an item is missing, our licensing specialist will work with you to complete the application. We do not deny applicants for submitting an incomplete application. By completing the application’s remaining parts, exempting exams, etc., you can get ahead on the licensure process.
The board is continuing to monitor the pandemic updates will be posted on the Business Standards Main Webpage, which is linked above. Please make sure your e-mail is up to date in our licensing records using the change address form on the right side of this web-page or e-mailing the help desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(3) The Proposal Notice for MAR 24-126-37 will be published on April 17, 2020 in the Register for the Secretary of State. You are urged to read these proposed changes and adoptions on the "Regulations-->Rule Notices" tab on the left side of this site.
The primary communication method for the division is e-mail. Make sure your e-mail address is current in the database. Also keep your preferred mailing address current. You can update your e-mail and mailing address online or by clicking on the "Change Address" link under the "Quick Links" section of this website on the right hand sidebar. You are cautioned to notify the board office of your current contact information or risk having correspondence not delivered to you and your license administratively suspended without further notice or hearing. More information may be found on the FAQ tab.
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