New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects
We are a service company that can help you file with the New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects. We are not associated with this nor any other government agency. We offer paid services and software to help you file. You are not required to purchase our service to file - you may file directly with this agency without using our service.
No. 5 Calle Medico
Santa Fe, NM 87505
P.O. Box 509
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Phone: (505) 982-2869
Fax: (505) 982-8953
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Notes: Business Hours: 8-Noon, 1-5 PM Mountain Time, Monday - Friday
We track the following licenses with the New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects in order to provide compliance services to our clients. As a client, you see this and other reference data in License Manager in-line with your licenses.
New Mexico Architect License
|Agency:||New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects|
|Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:||Not Set|
|Registered Agent (Special Agency) Required?||Not Set|
This section applies to architects that are applying for a license in New Mexico for the first time.
|Form:||By contacting the New Mexico Board following the Board’s receipt of the individual’s NCARB certificate.|
BEA applicants $1000
This section applies to architects licensed in another state that are looking for reciprocal licensure in New Mexico.
At this time forty-three (43) states require a professional degree for initial licensure. New Mexico is one of these states. With regards to providing an alternative means for satisfying the education requirements: currently seventeen (17) states provide for this, with thirty-three (33) not allowing for this exception. New Mexico is one of the thirty-three
This section applies to architects that are already licensed in New Mexico and need to renew their license.
$225.00 for in-state residency; $325.00 for out-of-state residency.
By December 31 of odd-numbered years.
New Mexico Architecture Firm License
Architecture Firm licensure is not required on the State level in New Mexico.
Firm licenses are not issued at the state level, however, a licensed individual must oversee all architectural work. Firms should consult board rules and state statutes before doing business.More information: New Mexico Board of Examiners for Architects
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