|(a) After receiving your renewal application, we evaluate
(1) Submitted all documentation and information required
by §745.475 of this title (relating to What does a completed
renewal application for a permit include?);
(2) Are currently meeting all background check requirements;
(3) Have paid:
(A) All fees required by Subchapter E of this chapter
(relating to Fees); and
(B) Each administrative penalty that you owe after
waiving or exhausting any due process provided under Tex. Hum. Res.
(b) Within 15 days of receiving your renewal application,
we will either send you written notice that:
(1) We have renewed your permit; or
(2) Your renewal application is incomplete, you are
not meeting all background check requirements, and/or you have not
paid a fee or administrative penalty.
(c) If your renewal application is incomplete and you
submitted it during the renewal period, you have unlimited attempts
to submit the missing information and to correct the deficiencies
until the end of the renewal period.
(d) If your renewal application is incomplete and you
submitted it during the late renewal period, you have 15 days to submit
a completed renewal application from the date it was rejected.
(e) Notwithstanding any of the other provisions of
this subchapter, we may determine that we have good cause to exceed
the 15-day timeframe for processing your renewal application in circumstances
that would allow us to exceed our timeframes for processing an application
for a permit. See §745.327 of this chapter (relating to When
does Licensing have good cause for exceeding its timeframes for processing
|Source Note: The provisions of this §745.477 adopted to be effective December 1, 2017, 41 TexReg 6082; transferred effective July 15, 2019, as published in the June 14, 2019 issue of the Texas Register, 44 TexReg 2963