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The most important thing that you can do in this situation is to hire a US based attorney that has experience dealing with the regulatory body that is looking to discipline you.
I am not sure what type of eye care professional you are, however as an ophthalmologist I can tell you that certification, say for instance being a certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology is time limited, needing to be renewed every decade. Also, the Board can remove your certification for cause at any time. While Board Certification used to be life-long, I do not know of any that are done that way anymore.
If you can give me more specific information I would be happy to try and get you some contact information for lawyers who might be able to assist you.
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