active status

active status

Status of all Reserves except those on an inactive status list or in the Retired Reserve. Reservists in an active status may train for points and/or pay and may be considered for promotion.
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In order to maintain current active status, and to avoid a late fee, RNs in this category must renew on or before Sept.
Ryan Little doesn't have much of a chance to race enough for a championship because of his active status which has forced him away from the race car for the majority of the 2019 season.
Upon successful completion of the exams and getting the CCNP R&S certification, you should always maintain your gained credential in active status by recertifying your skills every three years.
Michael Drummond maintains an active status with the NICEP by complying with the continuing education requirements and practice guidelines required to maintain this distinction, as well as abiding by the Institute's professional code of ethics.
The first subform (displayed in Figure 2) has places to specify contact, active status, and notes.
All Certified UITF Marketing Personnel shall also be required to undergo trainings/seminars/conferences annually to maintain an active status.
Certified UITF agents are also required to undergo trainings, seminars and conferences annually to maintain an active status.
Rule 12 of the Continuing Legal Education Board's rules does state that to be automatically transferred to active status, attorneys must make up all unfulfilled CLE hours.
Treaties between the United States and the Soviet Union and later Russia began to reduce the numbers of warheads and remove them from active status. When Paul died in 2001, the total number of active strategic nuclear warheads had been reduced to about 14,000.
Upon hearing his decision, Emery PC's counsel explained to the settlement officer the reasons for maintaining the active status of both entities and promised to provide a written explanation with supporting documentation.