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The department shall issue a license to a person who holds an active license in another state if the standards for licensure in that state are at least the substantial equivalent to the licensing standards provided for in this chapter, and the person satisfies any other requirements the department may prescribe in regulation.


1. To be granted a license to practice in this state without being required to take an examination, a person shall:

(a) submit to the Department a duly attested certificate from the licensing Department or Board of the state or territory in which he is licensed;

(b) complete a Department approved Application and pay the appropriate fees.

2. The Department has the power to enter into reciprocal relations with other states and territories whose requirements are substantially the same as those provided in this chapter.

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