It’s not uncommon for us to have clients inquire about how to get multiple licenses in multiple states. Getting licensed can be a confusing, time consuming process; especially when a company needs multiple licenses in multiple states. There are deadlines and exams that need to be considered and each state can vary in requirements and processes. The amount of paperwork required and supporting documentation is more than most business owners want to disclose to a state agency. Incomplete instructions on the forms, and state websites creates delays for most applicants. To add to the confusion, some boards review applicants on scheduled meeting dates that require deadlines that you have to work into the process. If you have had any experience with this, you know exactly what I’m talking about. It is not something you would want just anybody overseeing. If those deadlines aren’t met or something falls through the cracks, it can cause a significant delay in getting approved and licensed.
Since each state’s licensing system is different, having experience with one state will be of little benefit in another state. Properly establishing your business in multiple states, with multiple licenses and qualifiers requires strategy and experience.
We have the experience and strategy to get the job done right the first time. Since 1965 NCLA has assisted tens of thousands of contractors to get licensed in every state in most every trade. We save our clients time and money because we know the state agency, we know their process and the people. We know each step of their process (stuff they don’t tell you in the instructions) and we know the tricks to pre-empt their requirements and save you time in the process.
NCLA also understands how your business works, because we’ve been in the trades. We advise our clients on business development planning and growth based on the type of operation you have, and the type of licensing required for your operations. Our goal is to increase the value of your business, protect your family’s income and plan for your retirement and the succession or sale of your company.
We have seen and dealt with every imaginable situation and are confident we can do your licensing better. It helps knowing the loopholes to get everything completed to meet deadlines.
What that means for you is that you will have an experienced, reputable company to consult with on anything related to your licensing. In most cases, we fill out your paperwork and help with any supporting documents needed. We are with you every step of the licensing process so you can focus on other important aspects of your business. Questions on getting multiple licenses in multiple states? Give us a call at 651-340-3233 or send your questions via our contact form by clicking HERE. We look forward to working with you in the future!
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