Holders of certificates and licenses issued by other states
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(1) The Oregon Board of Accountancy may authorize a holder of a license with a principal place of business in another state to practice public accountancy in this state if the holder holds in good standing a valid certificate and license as a certified public accountant from:
(a) Another state that is verified to be of substantial equivalency, as defined in ORS 673.010 (Definitions for ORS 673.010 to 673.457) (21)(a).
(b) Another state that is not verified to be of substantial equivalency, as defined in ORS 673.010 (Definitions for ORS 673.010 to 673.457) (21)(a), but the holder’s skills are verified to be of substantial equivalency, as defined in ORS 673.010 (Definitions for ORS 673.010 to 673.457) (21)(b).
(2) A holder authorized under subsection (1) of this section shall be presumed to meet this state’s requirements to practice public accountancy and shall have all the rights and privileges of certificate holders and licensees of this state without the need to obtain a certificate under ORS 673.040 (Eligibility for certificate of certified public accountant) or a permit under ORS 673.150 (Permits to engage in practice of public accountancy).
(3) A holder of a license from another state who is engaged in the practice of public accountancy under this section shall:
(a) Notify the board of the holder’s intent to practice public accountancy in this state on a form provided by the board;
(b) Pay an annual fee in an amount and by the date determined by the board by rule;
(c) Consent to the personal and subject matter jurisdiction of the board;
(d) Comply with the requirements of ORS 673.010 (Definitions for ORS 673.010 to 673.457) to 673.457 (Review by alternative peer review program) and any rules adopted thereunder; and
(e) Agree to the appointment of the other state’s licensing authority as the agent of the holder, upon whom process may be served in any action or proceeding by the board against the holder. [2001 c.638 §3; 2001 c.638 §3a]
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