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Check Application Status

Please allow adequate processing time for applications. Applications that are complete, fully documented, and meet the minimum requirements of the Regulations will be processed within 30 days of the last document received. You will receive an email notification of the status of your application following the evaluation of your file.

PLEASE NOTE: If you applied online, you may return to the Initial Applications website to view your checklist and track the progress of your application as well as print any additional instructions and/or forms provided by the Board.

Once you have accessed the system, enter the User ID and Password that you previously created then click Login

Once you have successfully logged in, please click the View Checklist link located next to your licensure type (i.e. Veterinarian) under Pending Licenses on the Welcome page.

Screen shot of the view checklist link for ASLP

At the top of the Checklist Information Page, you will find a link which will allow you to download/view any additional instructions/forms/guidance documents provided by the Board.

At the bottom of the Checklist Information Page, you can view the Checklist (License Requirements) that the Board utilizes as they process your application. This checklist allows you to track the progress of your application.

Sample Checklist/License Requirements:

ASLP sample checklist

“Unchecked” means that the requested information has either not been received, or if it has been received, it is pending review.
“Completed” means that documentation related to the requirement has been received and added to your file. NOTE: "Completed" does NOT mean ACCEPTED. It is possible for an item to be marked "complete" and then after further review be marked "incomplete". "Complete" only means that the Board has received a document (not necessarily the correct document) and will be later reviewed to determine acceptance.
“Incomplete” means that the information submitted has been received, but that some information may be missing or incorrect. You should contact the Board if you did not receive an email regarding this change to your checklist.
“Not Applicable” means that this particular requirement does not apply to you. No action is needed.
“Waived” means that this requirement has been met under some other requirement. No action is needed.

The Board keeps incomplete applications on file for one year from the date of submittal. If your application has expired, you will be required to submit a paper application. Please contact the Board at for this information.

Virginia Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology | Contact the Board
Kelli Moss, Acting Executive Director
Melissa A. McNichol, Au.D., CCC-A, Chair