Frequently Asked Questions
Colorado does not have reciprocity with any state, however, licensure may be obtained through licensure by endorsement. Licensure by endorsement requires the applicant to send a verification of licensure form to the state where the applicant is currently licensed. That State Board, in turn, would complete the form, verifying what requirements were met for licensure in that state.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Colorado has "licensure by endorsement" which requires the applicant to send a verification of licensure form to the state of current licensure. An authorized representative of the board/program completes the form, verifying what requirements were met for licensure in that state.
Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools
applicant who holds a Professional certificate from another state, a U.S. territory, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) or the Department of Defense Schools will be eligible for at least an initial certificate in Georgia. The certificate must be a professional certificate defined as one for which the applicant has met all course requirements in the state of issuance. Temporary, provisional or alternative certificates do not meet this definition.
KY: Education Professional Standards Board - Certification Q...
Reciprocity is a term often used when educators need to transfer their certification from one state to another. This does not mean, however, that a state with “reciprocity” will automatically grant the same certification as was held in another state, since each state has its own special requirements.
Virginia Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers - FAQ
No. A person requesting licensure from another state must provide the above stated documents with the exception of completing a traineeship program in Virginia, and provide certification of licensure from the state regulatory board in which they hold a license to practice funeral service. When a license is not reinstated within three years of its expiration date, an applicant for licensure shall (1) reapply for licensure; and (2) reapply for state examination.
MSBA.org Membership Department- FAQ
No. For further information contact the State Board of Law Examiners at www.courts.state.md.us/ble or call (410) 260-1975.
State of Illinois | IDFPR FAQ pages
Reciprocity is an agreement between two (2) states that they honor each other's licensing requirements. An appraiser licensed in one of these states can apply for a license in the other state without furnishing experience or education requirements.
Texas Department of State Health Services, Texas State Board...
Texas has no formal reciprocity agreements with other states. If you have been licensed or certified in another state and that license was granted based on an ASWB examination, you may be eligible for a waiver of the examination requirement for licensure in Texas. Complete the Verification of Licensure in Another State form in the application packet. You will need to meet all criteria for the category of licensure you are applying for.
Opticianry Include Banner
No. All applicants must take the Florida State Board Examination. They must also meet the requirements to be certified eligible to sit for the examination.
BROADCASTING & COPYRIGHT FAQs
A concern of many broadcasters who pay royalties to recording companies is the complete lack of reciprocity between their countries and that major source of popular recordings, the United States. There is no provision in US law for the payment by broadcasters of royalties to record companies. Consequently, many broadcasters pay royalties to companies based in the United States while receiving nothing for the broadcast in those countries of their own recordings.
Colorado West Regional Mental Health
Colorado West serves the ten counties of Eagle, Garfield, Grand, Jackson, Mesa, Moffat, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt and Summit in northwestern Colorado. Our service area is 23,000 square miles, larger than the state of Maryland! Our geography is punctuated
Northland College | About NCTC | Frequently Asked Questions
Reciprocity is an agreement that reduces non-resident tuition prices and eliminates non-resident admissions barriers for residents of a state different from the institution that they attend. Minnesota has ongoing reciprocity agreements with Wisconsin , North Dakota , South Dakota , Iowa , and Manitoba .
Asbestos, Frequently Asked Questions, Indoor Environments Pr...
Yes, there is reciprocity for workers and supervisors who have currently valid permits from another state, which has been authorized by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to administer a state asbestos training and certification program. Applicants must complete an Application for Reciprocal Asbestos Accreditation and submit it to the DHSS for review. Once that application is approved, the applicant must pass NJ’s third party state examination.
Occupational Therapy Frequently Asked Questions
No. Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants are recognized as occupational therapy personnel in Virginia. Occupational therapy personnel are persons who provide occupational therapy services under the supervision of a licensed occupational therapist. However, effective July 26, 2005, a person who holds himself out to be or advertises that he is an occupational therapy assistant or uses the designation “O.T.A.