Originally Posted By: rmeyers
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Probably not! Unless the other state has an agreement with Illinois recognizing our license. With professional licenses there are often reciprocal agreements between states recognizing each other's licenses but in these cases I believe you still have to go through the process of applying to the other state and usually getting their license in return.
If the other state does not have licensing requirements, then you could conceivably do an inspection there. It will still be your responsibility to make sure that you are in compliance with any of the state or local regulations or laws that may apply to conducting business or inspections in that specific jurisdiction.
Hopefully, as our legislative thread develops it can be used as a reference for questions such as this. At this time , I am not aware of any states that have a reciprocal agreement with Illinois. Maybe others can inform us on this or the legislative thread if these agreements do in fact exist for Home Inspectors.
Great question, and one that should be at the forefront of legislative agendas in all states for the benefit of our members that are adjacent to state borders. ![icon_biggrin.gif](upload://iKNGSw3qcRIEmXySa8gItY6Gczg.gif)
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