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#51475 - 04/30/05 06:16 AM Texas License  
ldnj  Offline
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I'am going to be moving to Texas (Houston area) and herd that you can't even work for an electrician without an license. I have a NJ license now. Does anybody have a clue about Texas?

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#51476 - 04/30/05 06:22 AM Re: Texas License  
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Follow the link I will place at the bottom of this post.

From that link you will find phone numbers and websites that can help you.

[This message has been edited by iwire (edited 04-30-2005).]

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#51477 - 04/30/05 07:34 AM Re: Texas License  
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Is Texas reciprocal with other states?

#51478 - 04/30/05 08:30 AM Re: Texas License  
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Thanks iwire. Very helpful.

It looks like Texas is reciprocal with Lousiana.

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