If a board issues a license extension by way of formal announcement but does not update its website to reflect the new expiration dates, or in cases where the extension is indefinite, the license card in EverCheck will reflect the expiration date displayed on the board's website but will include a history entry with the board's official documentation attached.
If there is no defined end date to the extension, EverCheck will continue to display the original expiration date on the profile.
If an extension includes a new renewal date, EverCheck will update the original expiration date to the new, extended date. If the license is not renewed before the extended date, then an elapsed history entry and an email notification will be generated.
During this time, EverCheck will continue its daily license verification process, capturing any critical changes and adding primary source documentation to the profiles. Please note that many issuing authorities are not updating their licensing databases with the extended dates. In these cases, the primary source documentation may display the original date, while the newly communicated date of extension will display in EverCheck.