Renew a Temporary Residency License

Human Trafficking Training

A human trafficking prevention training course, approved by the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), must be completed to renew your registration.

For more information on the training requirement, please visit our Human Trafficking Prevention Training for Health Care Practitioners webpage.

Renewal Application

To renew your license, complete an online application form and pay the application fee.

Renew Online

Need help? Read the documentation on how to create an account and apply online.

License Extensions

A license may be granted an extension for good cause, including but not limited to:

  • a third year residency
  • personal illness
  • illness of a family member
  • a verifiable family emergency
  • an additional residency training issue

Extension Application and Fee

To request an extension, submit your online application and required documents.

The non-refundable application fee is $50.

A temporary residency license extension may be granted a maximum of two times.


Applicants with Criminal Convictions

If you have ever been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor (other than a minor traffic violation) or pleaded guilty or no contest (resulting in a deferred adjudication) to any in-state, out-of-state or federal criminal offense, you must provide a completed Criminal History Questionnaire (PDF) along with your application materials.

The department will conduct a criminal history background check on all persons who apply for or renew a license. Criminal convictions are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Licenses may be denied based on the nature of the conviction and how long prior to the application the conviction occurred. Depending on your criminal history, a review can take from one to six weeks to complete.

Individuals may request TDLR review their Criminal History Evaluation Letter page for more information.

Please see the Guidelines for License Applicants with Criminal Convictions, which describe the process that TDLR uses to determine whether a criminal conviction renders an applicant an unsuitable candidate for the license, or whether a conviction warrants revocation or suspension of a license previously granted.