Oregon Health Authority, Emergency Medical Service & Trauma Systems Program (OHA-EMS) may grant a license to an emergency medical services provider (EMSP) through reciprocity who is currently licensed in another state and also holds a current National Registry certification. Applicants for reciprocity must also meet the requirements for licensure in Oregon outlined in ORS 682 and OAR 333-265.
Oregon licensure is granted at the level of the applicant's National Registry certification. Individuals who are NOT state licensed, yet are currently certified through National Registry, do not qualify for reciprocity. However, these individuals may apply for initial Oregon licensure. The link to the online application process for reciprocity and initial licensure is located below.
Paramedics who apply for reciprocity are required to submit proof of an associate's degree or higher, or proof of active employment at the National Registry Paramedic level for three of the past five years.
Background Checks: As of January 1, 2018, all initial and reciprocity applicants must submit an electronic fingerprint background check. Instructions regarding the fingerprinting process are included in the online application process.
A reciprocity candidate must apply for, be admitted to and successfully complete the Reciprocity program. An officer is not eligible for Nebraska certification if his/her law enforcement certificate has been revoked, suspended or is under current disciplinary review in the jurisdiction which issued it.
After an applicant has met all admission requirements, the applicant will be sent an email link of the study guide for the reciprocity exam. There is a fee of $100.00 to sit for the exam. Testing dates are listed below and appointments for testing must be made no later than 7 days prior to the scheduled testing date. This is to ensure that adequate staffing is available and provide ample opportunity for the applicant to study the study guide provided upon acceptance.
Teacher license reciprocity allows candidates who hold an out-of-state license to earn a license in a receiving state, subject to meeting state-specific requirements. Reciprocity agreements allow states to work through variations in licensing systems to coordinate license transfers and fill vacant teaching positions with qualified candidates. Most states have policies in place to improve reciprocity for certain teachers, but few states provide full reciprocity for all fully licensed teachers. Click here to view 50-State Comparisons on each data point.
Minnesota has agreements with neighboring states to provide lower tuition for Minnesota residents to attend public colleges and universities in those states. This is called reciprocity. Typically, non-resident admission fees and tuition are reduced (or eliminated) if you're a reciprocity student.
Minnesota has reciprocity agreements with Wisconsin, North Dakota, and South Dakota. It also has an agreement with the Canadian province of Manitoba, and a limited agreement with Iowa Lakes Community College in northwestern Iowa.
Students enrolled in programs that charge the same tuition rate to all students regardless of state of residence are not covered under any of the reciprocity agreements. Students taking distance education from a college in a neighboring reciprocity state while remaining in their home state are not covered under the reciprocity agreement with Wisconsin.
Individuals seeking to work in occupations that require a background check will still need to complete those background checks. In addition, professionals receiving licenses under the new law can only become licensed in practice within areas they have been trained and certified to practice in their original state. Arizona licensing boards will be required to verify that an individual is in good standing in all states where they are licensed. Individual boards may have several pathways to licensure already in statute (interstate compact, licensure by endorsement, reciprocity, etc.). There are various pathways to licensure. Universal recognition is not meant to be the replace these pathways licensure, but represents an important new pathway that broadens the options available .
Pursuant to the provisions of the Military Family Freedom Act, Mississippi shall recognize occupational licenses obtained from other states for military members and their families. The issuance of a certificate of responsibility or residential license by reciprocity to a military-trained applicant or military family member shall be subject to the provisions of Miss. Code Ann. 73-50-1. If you are a military-trained applicant, military spouse or military dependent, please notify our office at the time of the application.
The map identifies the electrical and plumbing craft licensing bodies for a given state. Several states do not license at the state level, but rather defer that authority to local municipal government. Click a state or select a state from the dropdown menu to review reciprocity information for the selected state.
All applications for reciprocal licensing need to be made on a form provided by the State Committee of Plumbing Examiners (SCPE) who will then determine if reciprocity is approved. These forms must be completely filled, notarized and filed with the SCPE, together with a fee for reciprocal registration. Applicants are required to present satisfactory evidence of their qualifications.
If you are currently licensed in another state you may apply for licensure by reciprocity. The requirements vary depending on whether any state where you hold a current license has licensure standards that are substantially similar to Delaware's standards. If your current license is in a state where the standards are not substantially similar to Delaware's standards, you must provide proof of practice for a minimum of five years after licensure. For complete instructions, see Licensure Requirements.
Reciprocity agreements between the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors and other state's Licensing Boards allow a contractor to receive credit in Louisiana for approved classifications held with the reciprocal board without taking the Louisiana trade exam. Reciprocity also allows a company to be exempted from the 60-day waiting period for out-of-state contractors. Louisiana offers Contractor's License reciprocity with the following states:
Louisiana does not have any reciprocity agreements with other states; however, if you have a valid plumbing license in another state, you can use it to qualify to take the journeyman plumber exam in Louisiana in lieu of the required vouchers. Once you obtain your journeyman plumber license, you may apply to take the master plumber exam
All Missouri electrical licenses are only valid in Missouri, including the electrical contractor license. The Office of Statewide Electrical Contractors plans to get reciprocity agreements with other states. They will post updates on their website when more information is available
Licensing reciprocity is at the discretion of each local municipal or county authority. Local municipalities of Nebraska have adopted the International Plumbing Code established by the International Code Council. Contact the appropriate authorities where work is to be performed.
These Reciprocity Partnerships only agree to accept and recognize the state's SB, SB-PW and DVBE certifications. The state's procurement policies, practices or procedures do not apply to these partnerships. Each reciprocity partner conducts their own procurements, separate from the state of California, following their own policies, procedures, and practices within their independent authority to do so.
SDCERS administers the pension plans for three plan sponsors - the City of San Diego ("City"), the San Diego Unified Port District ("Port"), and the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority ("Airport"). You must follow specific rules in order to establish and maintain reciprocity, and some other California public retirement systems may have different rules compared to SDCERS, so please review this information carefully.If you are currently working at a California government agency that has a reciprocal agreement with SDCERS, and you are considering employment with the City, Port, or Airport, you can apply to establish reciprocity once your membership with the SDCERS plan sponsor begins, assuming you meet the eligibility requirements as explained below. Note: If you move from one SDCERS plan sponsor to another (e.g., from the City to the Airport), that is not reciprocity - please see the blended benefits section below for more information.
If you currently work for the City, Port, or Airport and are considering employment with a public agency that has reciprocity with SDCERS (outgoing reciprocity), or if you are thinking of coming to SDCERS from a reciprocal agency (incoming reciprocity), there are specific criteria you must meet to establish reciprocity with SDCERS.
If you received a contribution rate reduction due to reciprocity, your contribution rate may be retroactively adjusted because of the loss of reciprocity, and you may be required to pay any underpaid contributions before you can receive any retirement benefits due to you.
SDCERS allows you to receive a refund of your contributions even if you have established reciprocity at a reciprocal agency. However, if you withdraw your contributions, you are no longer eligible for a pension benefit from SDCERS and will break reciprocity with the reciprocal agency.
Reciprocity Frequently Asked QuestionsQuestion: What if my certificate from another state is deemed inactive? Answer: An inactive certificate from another state will not meet the requirements for certification under reciprocity rules. In order to qualify under reciprocity, the applicant must hold a valid, comparable certificate from another state and be in good standing with that other state. In order to meet these requirements, the out-of-state certificate must be valid for employment in public schools. 041b061a72