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Press Release

For Immediate Release:
April 15, 2016

Office of The Attorney General
Robert Lougy, Acting Attorney General

Division of Consumer Affairs
Steve C. Lee, Acting Director

Division of Law
Michelle Miller, Acting Director
  For Further Information and Media Inquiries:
Lisa Coryell (973) 504-6327

Proposed Regulation – Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors

NEWARK – The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has proposed amendments to the rules governing procedures by which the spouse of an active duty member of the Armed Forces of the United States stationed in New Jersey, who is licensed or registered in another jurisdiction, may lawfully practice his or her occupation in New Jersey.

The proposed amendments and new rules establish the process and requirements for a nonresident military spouse to obtain a temporary courtesy license to work as an electrician or registration to work as a qualified journeyman electrician.

The proposed regulation, and information on how to submit a comment by June 3, 2016, can be viewed here.

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Last Modified: 5/10/2016 2:31 PM