International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium

If my credential has expired in my current jurisdiction, can I still reciprocate into a new jurisdiction?

No, your credential must be current and valid in order to reciprocate. If your credential has lapsed, you must successfully recertify prior to applying for reciprocity. In order to avoid credentials expiring during the reciprocity process, credentials must be valid for at least 60 days at the time of application.

    


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Skye Balzer-Roam - skye@internationalcredentialing.org                     (reciprocity, credential verification, certificate requests, exam score verification)

 Debbie Masur - debbie@internatinalcredentialing.org                         (all testing related issues) 

Lori Rivera- Santiago - lori@internationalcredentialing.org

Tina Nelosn - tina@internationalcredentialing.org                                (Director of Operations)

Mark Attanasi - mark@internationalcredentialing.org                           (Executive Director)

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