|Posted: 04 Jan 2011 at 11:24 | IP Logged
This is what I would do. I would have my credits evaluated in Texas. I do know that the credits DO not expire. I had mine for nearly a year before I got my work experience in. As long as you have passed all four sections, they don't expire.
You will have to pass an Ethics test and take an Ethics course. Make sure you do that fairly close to the time you turn in your paperwork to be certified. Otherwise, you will have to do it twice like me! I was so excited I just wanted to pass everything.
If you determine that you don't qualify for Texas, get evaluated in California and then apply for reciprocity.
Once again, this is just what I would do. Others may offer additional different advise.
REG 7/22/08 85
FAR 10/27/08 81
BEC 1/12/09 84
AUD 2/26/09 93
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