2005 Idaho Code - 54-812 — ENDORSEMENT LICENSURE

                                  TITLE  54
                                  CHAPTER 8
    54-812.  ENDORSEMENT LICENSURE. The board, upon application and the
payment of the fee required therefore, may issue a license without examination
to any person who is at least eighteen (18) years of age and of good moral
character and who has completed two (2) years of high school or its equivalent
and who holds a certificate of qualification or license issued to him by the
proper authority of any state, territory or possession of the United States,
or of a foreign country, and either:
    (1)  Provides official documentation that the requirements for license
under which the certificate was issued are of a standard not lower than those
specified in this chapter, or
    (2)  Provides official documentation that said person has practiced the
pursuit for which licensure is requested for at least three (3) years
immediately prior to such application. The board shall evaluate the
applications for license by endorsement. No endorsement license shall be
issued without the approval of the board.

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