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JOURNEYMAN RECIPROCAL AGREEMENTS: Colorado has journeyman electrician reciprocal licensing agreements with the following states: : Alaska, Arkansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
Applicants for a Colorado journeyman reciprocal license are required to submit a completed State of Colorado Application for License by Endorsement, the application processing fee*, and a copy of their qualifying license.
Applicants must have obtained a journeyman electrician certificate of competency or license by passing a mandatory examination after completing either a four-year apprenticeship program; or four years of equivalent experience as determined by the licensing state.
Applicants must hold a journeyman electrician license or certificate or higher classification from a participating state. The license or certificate must be current, active, and in good standing.
Colorado electricians applying for a reciprocal license in a participating state must contact that state for specific requirements and fees.
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