2010 New York Code
EDN - Education
6548 - Limited permits.

§ 6548. Limited  permits.  Permits limited as to eligibility, practice
  and duration, shall be issued by the department to eligible  applicants,
  as follows:
    1.   Eligibility.   A   person   who  fulfills  all  requirements  for
  registration as a  physician  assistant  except  that  relating  to  the
  examination shall be eligible for a limited permit.
    2. Limit of practice. A permittee shall be authorized to practice as a
  physician assistant only under the direct supervision of a physician.
    3.  Duration.  A limited permit shall expire one year from the date of
  issuance or upon notice to the permittee  by  the  department  that  the
  application  for registration has been denied. A limited permit shall be
  extended upon application for one additional  year,  provided  that  the
  permittee's  request  for  such extension is endorsed by a physician who
  either has supervised or will supervise the permittee, except that  such
  extension  may  be  denied  by  the  department for cause which shall be
  stated in writing. If  the  permittee  is  awaiting  the  results  of  a
  licensing  examination  at  the  time  such limited permit expires, such
  permit shall continue to be valid until ten days after  notification  to
  the permittee of the result of such examination.
    4.  Fees.  The  fee  for each limited permit shall be one hundred five

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