Iowa Admin. Code r. 641-35.3 - Licensure by reciprocity

A nonresident of Iowa seeking a reciprocal license under Iowa Code chapter 105 shall apply on forms provided by the board.

(1) Reciprocity requirements. The board may issue a reciprocal license if all of the following criteria are met:
a. The applicant is a nonresident of Iowa;
b. The applicant possesses a valid plumbing, mechanical, HVAC-refrigeration, sheet metal, or hydronic license from an issuing jurisdiction with which the board has entered into a reciprocity agreement;
c. The applicant has paid the appropriate fee or fees required in 641-Chapter 28;
d. The applicant meets the minimum qualifications for licensure set forth in rule 641-29.4 (105); and
e. The applicant agrees to comply with all provisions of Iowa law and applicable administrative rules.
(2) Denial of reciprocal license. The board may refuse to issue a reciprocal license to an applicant otherwise qualified based upon a suspension, revocation, or other disciplinary action taken against the applicant by a licensing authority in this or another jurisdiction. For purposes of this subrule, a "disciplinary action" includes the voluntary surrender of a license to resolve a pending disciplinary investigation or proceeding.


Iowa Admin. Code r. 641-35.3
ARC 8533B, IAB 2/24/10, effective 1/26/10; ARC 1224C, IAB 12/11/2013, effective 1/15/2014 Amended by IAB July 14, 2021/Volume XLIV, Number 1, effective 8/18/2021

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