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A. The board shall waive the examination requirement for an applicant, other than an applicant for professional registration as a land surveyor, who satisfies any one of the following:
1. Holds a valid certificate of registration in good standing issued by another state or foreign country which has or had requirements for registration substantially identical to those of this state.
2. Holds a certificate of qualification in good standing issued by a national bureau of registration or certification recognized by the board.
3. Has been actively engaged in another state or foreign country as a professional registrant in the profession in which registration is sought for at least ten years and holds a valid certificate of registration in good standing issued by that state or country.
B. A registered professional engineer who holds a proficiency designation in one branch of engineering in this state and seeks an additional or different proficiency designation shall submit evidence to the board of either:
1. Four years of experience acceptable to the board as a registered professional engineer practicing in that branch of engineering in which the person seeks the proficiency designation.
2. Successful completion of the professional examination in the branch of engineering in which the applicant seeks the proficiency designation.
C. An applicant for professional registration as a land surveyor who satisfies any one of the requirements of subsection A shall pass the part of the professional land surveyor examination relating to surveying methods and legal principles in this state prescribed by the board in its rules.
D. The board shall exempt an applicant from the in-training examination if the applicant is a graduate of a school and curriculum approved by the board and has been actively engaged in experience in the profession for which registration is sought for at least twelve years after graduation.