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RE: Automatic Reciprocity for Texans

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>> The sanity of these options seems a little stretched.
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>Of course it does.  A much simpler solution would be for the German company
>to obtain temporary or permanent registration for one of their engineers in
>Texas.  Then he (or she) could stamp the plans.  That approach would then be
>no different than current practice among engineering companies all over the
>US that practice in other states.
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Nigel:

Your solution is fine, except:

1.	There no longer is any such thing as temporary licensing in Texas.

2.	The German company needs to plan ahead.  It will take them about a
year to go through the process to get one of their engineers licensed in
Texas.

Hope this helps,

Stan Caldwell, P.E.
>Dallas, Texas
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