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- To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
- Subject: Re: License
- From: ASLCSE(--nospam--at)aol.com
- Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 19:53:51 EDT
Try to get licensed in Missouri. After an almost year long battle I
gave up, because each time I sent them the required (requested) forms and
references, they came up with new reqirements. They just do not want any
Antonio S. "Tony" Luisoni S.E., F.ASCE
In a message dated 7/22/2009 9:27:21 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
out of state licenses shouldn't be this difficult.
I'm getting licensed
in our 50th state. I filled out all the paperwork, gave them copies of my
Civil and Structural Certificates, copies of my bachelors and master's
degrees, and print out from state of CA website showing my license is valid,
filled out all the forms, paid the money.
They reject the license app
because I haven't proven I have the appropriate amount of experience and I
have to get 3 references. When I explain to them I could never have even sat
for the two 16 hour exams I passed without that experience (the first of which
was 10 years ago) why do I need to re-verify my experience?
this is the norm unless you get a NCEES board record.
I find this
completely stupid. California will also make you do the same thing
Now I gotta fill out more forms and get co-workers to vouch
for me....what a pain in the arse.
On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 8:26 AM, SGE Structural <sgordin(--nospam--at)sgeconsulting.com>
Yesterday I was informed by an
official with the licensing board of the State of Utah that this state does
not accept the reciprocity applications from engineers who did not take the
NCEES exams (for example, the CA SE exams are not accepted since
2004). In other words, to become licensed as a Civil or Structural
engineer in Utah, a person like me has to take the examinations
I am wondering - what would be
the underlying wisdom for such decision? Can it possibly be
V. Steve Gordin, SE