(a) Upon payment of the application fee and submission and acceptance of a written
application on forms provided by the Board, the Board shall grant a license to each
applicant who shall present proof of current licensure in good standing in another
state, the District of Columbia or territory of the United States, whose standards
for license are substantially similar to those of this State. A license in good standing is defined in § 3052(a)(4)-(8) of this title.
(b) An applicant who is licensed in a jurisdiction whose standards are not substantially
similar to those of this State but who has held a license in good standing for a minimum
of 5 years in the jurisdiction from which the applicant is applying for reciprocal
license, and who has taken and passed the AMFTRB National Examination or other MFT
licensing exam acceptable to the Board may be licensed, provided the applicant meets
all other qualifications for reciprocity.
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