- Architects currently registered or licensed in another state, applying with a National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) Certificate Record.
- Architects currently registered or licensed in another state, presenting evidence satisfactory to the Board that such state has registration requirements substantially equal to the licensure requirements of the State of Connecticut, and that they have been practicing in such other state for a period of at least ten continuous years. This application procedure is also referred to as “Direct Endorsement.”
- Hold a National Architectural Accrediting Board ("NAAB'') accredited degree or have satisfied N.C.A.R.B.'s education requirements as specified in the N.C.A.R.B. education standard, as presently in effect.
- Have satisfied the N.C.A.R.B. Intern Development Program (I.D.P.) training requirements, as presently in effect.
- Application for Architect's License
- Architect's Certification from State of Licensure
- NCARB Examination Scores Reporting Form
- Retiree Status License Application
- Application for Restoration from Retiree Status
- Use of the Term "Architect"
- Architect License Reinstatement Procedure (License lapsed 3 years or more.)
- Architect Emeritus Application
- Architect Emeritus Status - Return to Practice
- Architect Emeritus Status - Regulation
- Varies - See Application
Renewal:All architect licenses expire annually on July 31st. Renewal fee: $190.00
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- Continuing Education
- Architecture Law and Regulations
- Architectural Licensing Board
- Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Licensing Board
- The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
- The American Institute of Architects - Connecticut Chapter
- Historic Public Acts 1957-2004- Connecticut General Statutes
- Historic Architectural Statutes 1933-1989 - Connecticut General Statutes
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