inactive status

inactive status

Status of reserve members on an inactive status list of a Reserve Component or assigned to the Inactive Army National Guard. Those in an inactive status may not train for points or pay, and may not be considered for promotion.
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He is a certified public accountant with inactive status and an adjunct professor of law at the Bowen School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Members will receive one of two fee statements: one for active members or another for those who have elected inactive status.
The former player received less than a quarter of the money due to his inactive status and subsequent arrest.
Mailed ballots that are returned as undeliverable also earn voters inactive status.
Thus, approaching my 80th birthday, I decided that it was time to take inactive status.
Tanto, who is on inactive status in the military's reserve force, was caught on closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera shooting biker Mark Vincent Garalde several times on Monday night after a fistfight on Casal Street in Manila over a traffic dispute.
When a nurse makes the decision to place the license on inactive status, prior to the expiration of the license, the nurse must notify the Board of this decision and the license is placed on inactive status.
In response to these and other industry concerns, in August 2012, NMLS expanded the definition of the "Approved-Inactive" license, which gives MLOs the option to obtain or renew their licenses in an inactive status when they are not currently employed by a state-licensed firm.
In July, the committee discussed creating an inactive status for board certificated members; received an update on Vision 2016; and discussed the preliminary report of the Multijurisdictional Practice--State Focus Committee of the Vision 2016 Bar Admissions Subgroup.
Be sure to consider the following when thinking about placing your nursing license on inactive status.
Under sweeping legislation passed last August to overhaul the VA health system, Congress required the department to provide counseling and care to military personnel, National Guard and Reserve members for military sexual trauma (MST), regardless of whether the crime was committed while the patient had active or inactive status.
To no avail Deputy Attorneys General Joshua Bengal and Gezim Bajrami asked Administrative Law Judge Jeff Masin "to consider Brigham's history in New York, where his license was revoked for similar offenses in 1994, and in Pennsylvania, where two clinics were cited and shut down after the doctor voluntarily placed his license on 'permanent inactive status,'" Livio wrote.

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