Application for licensure or certification: Contents
- renewal of license
- penalty for late renewal of license
1.An applicant for licensure as a professional engineer or professional land surveyor or for certification as an engineer intern or land surveyor intern must:
(a)Complete a form furnished and prescribed by the Board;
(b)Answer all questions on the form under oath;
(c)Provide a detailed summary of his or her technical training and education;
(d)Pay the fee established by the Board; and
(e)Submit all information required to complete an application for licensure or certification.
2.Unless the requirement is waived by the Board, an applicant for licensure must provide the names of not less than four references who have knowledge of the background, character and technical competence of the applicant. None of the persons named as references may be members of the Board. If the applicant is:
(a)Applying for licensure as a professional engineer, the persons named as references must be professional engineers licensed in this State or any other state, three of whom must be licensed in the same discipline of engineering for which the applicant is applying for licensure.
(b)Applying for licensure as a professional land surveyor, the persons named as references must be professional land surveyors licensed in this State or any other state.
3.The Board shall, by regulation, establish the fee for licensure as a professional engineer and professional land surveyor in an amount not to exceed $200. The fee is nonrefundable and must accompany the application.
4.The Board shall charge and collect from each applicant for certification as an engineer intern or land surveyor intern a fee fixed by the Board of not more than $100, which includes the cost of examination and the issuance of a certificate.
5.A nonresident applying for licensure as a professional engineer or professional land surveyor is subject to the same fees as a resident.
6.The Board shall require the biennial renewal of each license of a professional engineer or professional land surveyor and collect a fee for renewal of not more than $100, prescribed by regulation of the Board, except that the Board may prescribe shorter periods and prorated fees in setting up a system of staggered renewals.
7.An applicant for the renewal of a license must submit with the fee for renewal all information required to complete the renewal.
8.In addition to the fee for renewal, the Board shall require a holder of an expired license to pay, as a condition of renewal, a penalty in an amount established by regulation of the Board.
Section 625.390 — Application for licensure or certification: Contents; fees; renewal of license; penalty for late renewal of license; regulations.,