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How Do I Become Licensed?

Applications for registration must be on forms prescribed and furnished by the Board and must contain statements made under oath, showing the applicant's education and a detailed summary of his technical work, accompanied by an official transcript in a sealed envelope from the Registrar's office, and the appropriate application fee.

The application for engineering registration must contain the names and addresses of five references, three of which are registered engineers having personal knowledge of the applicant's engineering experience.

The application for land surveying registration must contain the names and addresses of five references, three of which are registered land surveyors having personal knowledge of the applicant's land surveying experience.

In addition, the application for engineering or land surveying registration must contain the names and addresses of references to verify each employment period.

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