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I would like to apply for licensure as a professional land surveyor in Nevad and California.

Recently, I receivedĀ a BAS degree in geomatics/land surveying (this is my second undergraduate degree), passed the FS exam, passed the PS exam, and became registered asĀ a Land Surveyor Intern (LSI) in Nevada and a Land Surveyor in Training (LSIT) in California.

My land surveying experience spans well beyond four years, but is with one firm that has one licensed professional.

To apply for licensure, I need references from two more licensed surveyors (or pre-1982 California civil engineers).

Is anyone willing to develop a professional relationship with me so that you can become comfortable with my skills to the point where you would be able to responsibly serve as a (licensed) reference I can use with NCEES and the board for each of Nevada and California.

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  • Land Surveyor

    Update: I'm now a Nevada PLS.

  • Survey Legend

    We posted this to our Facebook Page to see if we could get you more feedback..

    • Land Surveyor

      Thank you, Justin.Ā  I was able to make it through the process in Nevada.Ā  I'm now a PLS in Nevada.Ā  I will sit for the California PLS exam in October 2021.

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