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Adopted Rule Changes:
16.16.1 NMAC GENERAL PROVISIONS16.16.2 NMAC FEES16.16.3 NMAC REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE BY EXAMINATION16.16.4 NMAC REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE BY ENDORSEMENT16.16.5 NMAC EXAMINATION FOR OPTOMETRIC LICENSURE16.16.6 NMAC LICENSE ISSUANCE TO PRACTICE OPTOMETRY16.16.7 NMAC PHARMACEUTICAL CERTIFICATION16.16.8 NMAC DEA REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS16.16.9 NMAC INACTIVE STATUS16.16.10 NMAC RENEWAL OF NEW MEXICO OPTOMETRY LICENSES16.16.11 NMAC LICENSE EXPIRATION DUE TO NON-RENEWAL.DOC; REACTIVATION16.16.12 NMAC RETIREMENT AND REINSTATEMENT OF OPTOMETRY LICENSE16.16.13 NMAC CONTINUING EDUCATION16.16.14 NMAC DUPLICATE AND REPLACEMENT LICENSES16.16.16 NMAC PRACTICE LOCATION OWNERSHIP16.16.17 NMAC ADVERTISING16.16.18 NMAC AUTHORIZED MINOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES AND INJECTIONS 16.16.19 NMAC CONTACT LENSES16.16.20 NMAC OPHTHALMIC LENSES16.16.21 NMAC UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT16.16.22 NMAC DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS16.16.23 NMAC PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT COMPLIANCE16.16.24 NMAC DISCIPLINARY GUIDELINES FOR IMPAIRED PRACTITIONER
Follow the links to:New Mexico Administrative Code > Browse Compilation > Title 16 - Occupational and Professional Licensing > Chapter 16 Optometric Practitioners
Follow the links to:New Mexico Statutes > Statutory Chapters in New Mexico Statutes Annotated 1978 > Chapter 61 Occupational and Professional Licensing > Article 2. Optometry, 61-2-1 through 61-2-18.
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ALBUQUERQUE – A Los Lunas contractor and a Texas mortgage broker have been indicted on securities fraud and conspiracy charges for stealing nearly $500,000 from at least four Bernalillo County residents in a real estate investment scam, State Regulation and Licensing Department Supt. J. Dee Dennis Jr. announced today.
SANTA FE – A Santa Fe jury today convicted two brothers on felony charges for stealing $440,000 in life savings from an elderly Edgewood couple in a real estate investment scheme.