|(a) You will waive your right to a due process hearing by not requesting one according to §745.8839 of this title (relating to How do I request a due process hearing? and §745.8841 of this title (relating to Where do I send the written request for a due process hearing?). If you waive your right to a due process hearing by not requesting one according to the rules, our decision and/or action will be effective on the date after your time period for requesting a due process hearing expires unless the due process hearing was offered due to the designation of a controlling person. If so, see §745.907(b) of this title (relating to (What are the consequences of Licensing designating me as a controlling person?) to determine when the action is effective. (b) If you want to expedite the decision and/or action, you may send us a written waiver of your right to the due process hearing before the 30-day timeframe has expired. Our decision or action will be effective on the date that we receive your written waiver.