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The Nevada State Board of Accountancy will allow out of state licensed individuals and/or firms whose principal place of business is outside of Nevada, to enter the state to perform work under the Practice Privilege (Mobility) provisions.
Registration NOT Required: An individual CPA or firm, with a valid license in another state, can enter this state, perform services and utilize the CPA designation without having to obtain a license or permit. (See Practice Privilege section below for detailed information).
PRACTICE PRIVILEGE INFORMATION
A person who holds a valid license as a CPA or CPA Firm from any state is granted practice privileges in Nevada and will be considered a CPA for all purposes under the laws of Nevada pertaining to practice privileges. The CPA with practice privilege is not considered licensed as provided within the Nevada Boardís licensing laws. The individual or firm is NOT required to obtain a license.
As a condition of the practice privilege, the person and/or firm shall both consent to the following:
The personal and subject matter jurisdiction, and disciplinary authority, of the Nevada Board.
Compliance with the provisions of Nevada statutes and regulations as approved by the Board.
In the event the license/certificate from the state of the individualís or firm's principal place of business is no longer valid, the individual or firm shall cease offering or rendering professional
services in Nevada both individually and on behalf of a firm or sole proprietorship.
The appointment of the state board which issued the individual or firm license as the agent upon whom process may be served in any investigation, action or proceeding by the Nevada Board against the licensed individual or firm.