From the latest newsletter from the CALPCC:
The LPCC license has become law, so the license is not in doubt, but we are still waiting for the Rules and Regulations to be approved by several state agencies before the BBS can distribute applications. Should the delay continue, the BBS is prepared to sponsor legislation to extend the grandparenting period. Keep in mind that once applicants submit their applications, it may take several months for the BBS to evaluate them. Then the BBS will send a letter outlining any deficiencies and applicants will have 12 months from the date of that letter to submit any additional documentation and to complete deficiencies, including coursework, years of post-degree experience, supervised experience and examinations.
The BBS was supposed to be able to begin taking applications for the LPCC 3 months ago, in January. With all the fiscal issues that California is facing, I anticipate that delays in accepting applications will continue, and that new legislation will have to be passed to extend the grandfathering period. I sincerely hope that there will be no problems extending the grandfathering period… Stay tuned.