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Multistate Surveying Practice and NCEES

 

Multistate practice

Many professional surveyors find that their careers require them to be licensed in more than one state. To do this, a professional surveyor must apply for comity licensure in additional states. NCEES Records is a service designed for this process.

NCEES has partnered with the American Council of Engineering Companies to administer a service designed to assist licensees with finding reputable providers of continuing professional competency courses. Read more about finding continuing education here.

 

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An NCEES record is for licensed engineers and surveyors who need to practice in multiple states. It provides a centralized means of storing and transmitting materials used in the comity licensure process.

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Why establish a record?

Establishing an NCEES record is the most efficient way to attain multistate licensure. Once you have established a record with NCEES, you will have most—if not all—of the materials you need to apply for comity licensure in additional states and territories.

 

When you have a record on file, NCEES can electronically submit your materials directly to the state licensing board on your behalf each time you apply for licensure. For licensees who need to practice in multiple states, this saves time and makes the application process to the states much less complicated.

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