North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors


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Contact Information

Physical address:
5400 Creedmoor Rd,
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 17187
Raleigh, North Carolina 27619

Phone: 919-571-4183
Fax: 919-571-4703

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Licenses

We track the following licenses with the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors 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.

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North Carolina Contractor

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors

Initial Registration
Application for License to Practice General Contracting

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting

Filing Method:

Mail

Agency Fee:

New license application fees are based on the limitation of license being sought.

  • Limited: $75
  • Intermediate: $100
  • Unlimited: $125
Turnaround:

3-6 weeks

Registration Renewal

Agency Fee:

New license application fees are based on the limitation of license being sought.

  • Limited: $75
  • Intermediate: $100
  • Unlimited: $125

North Carolina Intermediate Building Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Financial Requirements:

Applicants must have current assets that exceed the total current liabilities by at least $75,000, as reflected in an agreed-upon procedures report on a form provided by the Board or an audited financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant or an independent accountant who is engaged in the public practice of accountancy.

Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $500,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Intermediate licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $1,000,000 or less.

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting in the State of North Carolina

Agency Fee:

$100

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
How to Apply:

Domestic Entities:

  1. Register your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.

 

Foreign Entities:

  1. Foreign qualify your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors (include exam waiver form or NASCLA documentation if applicable)
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
Required Attachments:
  • Articles of Incorporation/Organization for domestic entities or a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State for foreign entities
  • A copy of the filed Certificate(s) of Assumed Name that has been filed pursuant to N.C.G.S. §66-71.4 with the Register of Deeds in a county in which the applicant will be doing business. (if applicable)
  • 3 character references for each of the individuals signing the application. All character references must include the following:
    • The name of the person submitting the reference.
    • The mailing address, phone number, email address of the person submitting the reference
    • The Date of the reference (References older than 12 months from date of submission cannot be accepted.)
    • Information regarding the reference’s knowledge and experience with the applicant or person about whom the reference is being provided.
  • Financial demonstration in the form of an agreed-upon procedure report, audited financial statement, or a surety bond.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$100

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Intermediate Highway Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $500,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Intermediate licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $1,000,000 or less.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$100

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Intermediate Public Utilities Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $500,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Intermediate licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $1,000,000 or less.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$100

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Intermediate Residential Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Financial Requirements:

Applicants must have current assets that exceed the total current liabilities by at least $75,000, as reflected in an agreed-upon procedures report on a form provided by the Board or an audited financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant or an independent accountant who is engaged in the public practice of accountancy.

Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $500,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:
  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Intermediate licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $1,500,000 or less.

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting in the State of North Carolina

Agency Fee:

$100

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
How to Apply:

Domestic Entities:

  1. Register your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
     

Foreign Entities:

  1. Foreign qualify your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors (include exam waiver form or NASCLA documentation if applicable)
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
Required Attachments:
  • Articles of Incorporation/Organization for domestic entities or a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State for foreign entities
  • A copy of the filed Certificate(s) of Assumed Name that has been filed pursuant to N.C.G.S. §66-71.4 with the Register of Deeds in a county in which the applicant will be doing business. (if applicable)
  • 3 character references for each of the individuals signing the application. All character references must include the following:
    • The name of the person submitting the reference.
    • The mailing address, phone number, email address of the person submitting the reference
    • The Date of the reference (References older than 12 months from date of submission cannot be accepted.)
    • Information regarding the reference’s knowledge and experience with the applicant or person about whom the reference is being provided.
  • Financial demonstration in the form of an agreed-upon procedure report, audited financial statement, or a surety bond.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$100

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Intermediate Specialty Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $500,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Intermediate licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $1,000,000 or less.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$100

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Limited Building Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Financial Requirements:

Applicants must have current assets that exceed the total current liabilities by at least $17,000 or have a total net worth of at least $80,000.

Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $175,000 surety bond or meet working capital or net worth requirements.

Notes:
  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Limited licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $750,000 or less.

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting in the State of North Carolina

Agency Fee:

$75

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
How to Apply:

Domestic Entities:

  1. Register your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
     

Foreign Entities:

  1. Foreign qualify your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors (include exam waiver form or NASCLA documentation if applicable)
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
Required Attachments:
  • Articles of Incorporation/Organization for domestic entities or a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State for foreign entities
  • A copy of the filed Certificate(s) of Assumed Name that has been filed pursuant to N.C.G.S. §66-71.4 with the Register of Deeds in a county in which the applicant will be doing business. (if applicable)
  • 3 character references for each of the individuals signing the application. All character references must include the following:
    • The name of the person submitting the reference.
    • The mailing address, phone number, email address of the person submitting the reference
    • The Date of the reference (References older than 12 months from date of submission cannot be accepted.)
    • Information regarding the reference’s knowledge and experience with the applicant or person about whom the reference is being provided.
  • Financial demonstration in the form of a balance sheet, agreed-upon procedure report, audited financial statement, or a surety bond.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$75

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

Amendment

Form:

Application for Increase in Limitation

Agency Fee:

$100 for increase to intermediate and $125 for increase to unlimited.

North Carolina Limited Highway Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $175,000 surety bond or meet working capital or net worth requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Limited licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $500,000 or less.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$75

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

Amendment

Form:

Application for Increase in Limitation

Agency Fee:

$100 for increase to intermediate and $125 for increase to unlimited.

North Carolina Limited Public Utilities Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $175,000 surety bond or meet working capital or net worth requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Limited licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $500,000 or less.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$75

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

Amendment

Form:

Application for Increase in Limitation

Agency Fee:

$100 for increase to intermediate and $125 for increase to unlimited.

North Carolina Limited Residential Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Financial Requirements:

Applicants must have current assets that exceed the total current liabilities by at least $17,000 or have a total net worth of at least $80,000.

Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $175,000 surety bond or meet working capital or net worth requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Limited licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $500,000 or less.

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting in the State of North Carolina

Agency Fee:

$75

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
How to Apply:

Domestic Entities:

  1. Register your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
     

Foreign Entities:

  1. Foreign qualify your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors (include exam waiver form or NASCLA documentation if applicable)
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
Required Attachments:
  • Articles of Incorporation/Organization for domestic entities or a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State for foreign entities
  • A copy of the filed Certificate(s) of Assumed Name that has been filed pursuant to N.C.G.S. §66-71.4 with the Register of Deeds in a county in which the applicant will be doing business. (if applicable)
  • 3 character references for each of the individuals signing the application. All character references must include the following:
    • The name of the person submitting the reference.
    • The mailing address, phone number, email address of the person submitting the reference
    • The Date of the reference (References older than 12 months from date of submission cannot be accepted.)
    • Information regarding the reference’s knowledge and experience with the applicant or person about whom the reference is being provided.
  • Financial demonstration in the form of a balance sheet, agreed-upon procedure report, audited financial statement, or a surety bond.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$75

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

Amendment

Form:

Application for Increase in Limitation

Agency Fee:

$100 for increase to intermediate and $125 for increase to unlimited.

North Carolina Limited Specialty Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $175,000 surety bond or meet working capital or net worth requirements.

Notes:

  • A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.
  • Limited licensees are limited to working on projects that cost $500,000 or less.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$75

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

Amendment

Form:

Application for Increase in Limitation

Agency Fee:

$100 for increase to intermediate and $125 for increase to unlimited.

North Carolina Unlimited Building Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Financial Requirements:

Applicants must have current assets that exceed the total current liabilities by at least $150,000, as reflected in an agreed-upon procedures report on a form provided by the Board or an audited financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant or an independent accountant who is engaged in the public practice of accountancy.

Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $1,000,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting in the State of North Carolina

Agency Fee:

$125

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
How to Apply:

Domestic Entities:

  1. Register your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.

 

Foreign Entities:

  1. Foreign qualify your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors (include exam waiver form or NASCLA documentation if applicable)
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
Required Attachments:
  • Articles of Incorporation/Organization for domestic entities or a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State for foreign entities
  • A copy of the filed Certificate(s) of Assumed Name that has been filed pursuant to N.C.G.S. §66-71.4 with the Register of Deeds in a county in which the applicant will be doing business. (if applicable)
  • 3 character references for each of the individuals signing the application. All character references must include the following:
    • The name of the person submitting the reference.
    • The mailing address, phone number, email address of the person submitting the reference
    • The Date of the reference (References older than 12 months from date of submission cannot be accepted.)
    • Information regarding the reference’s knowledge and experience with the applicant or person about whom the reference is being provided.
  • Financial demonstration in the form of an agreed-upon procedure report, audited financial statement, or a surety bond.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$125

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

Amendment
Change of Qualifier

Form:

One of 4 possible forms depending on the new qualifier's exam status:

  • Examination Transfer Authorization: This form is used to transfer the exams of existing qualifiers already on a North Carolina License.
  • Examination Request Form: This form is used to schedule a potential qualifier to take a North Carolina exam.
  • NASCLA Waiver Form: This form is used to add someone who has completed a NASCLA exam and is not currently on a North Carolina License.
  • Examination Waiver Form: This form is used to add an individual who completed an accepted examination from another state. The Examination Waiver form must be completed by the other state licensing board.
Due:

If the qualifying party leaves, licensees must notify the Board no later than 10 days after the date of separation and must replace the qualifying party within 90 days.

Notes:
  • Licensees must notify the Board in writing in the event a qualifier ceases to be connected with their license. The notice should include the date on which the qualifier was last connected.
  • To remove a qualifier from a license, send a letter signed by the president/owner of the license indicating the name on the license, the license number, the name of the qualifier, and they date of their disassociation from the license. This letter can be emailed to licensing@nclbgc.org.
How to Apply:
  1. Remove an existing qualifier by submitting a letter to the board (if applicable).
  2. Contact the Board to receive the necessary forms to add a qualifier based on which exams are completed or need to be completed.

North Carolina Unlimited Highway Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $1,000,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$125

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Unlimited Public Utilities Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $1,000,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$125

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Unlimited Residential Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Financial Requirements:

Applicants must have current assets that exceed the total current liabilities by at least $150,000, as reflected in an agreed-upon procedures report on a form provided by the Board or an audited financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant or an independent accountant who is engaged in the public practice of accountancy.

Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $1,000,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.

Initial Registration

Form:

Application for License to Practice General Contracting in the State of North Carolina

Agency Fee:

$125

Original Ink:Not required
Notarize:Not required
How to Apply:

Domestic Entities:

  1. Register your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
     

Foreign Entities:

  1. Foreign qualify your business entity with the North Carolina Secretary of State - Business Registration Division
  2. Complete the online license application through the Licensing Board for General Contractors (include exam waiver form or NASCLA documentation if applicable)
  3. An eligibility letter will be mailed and a qualifying individual must pass the relevant exams administered by PSI.
Required Attachments:
  • Articles of Incorporation/Organization for domestic entities or a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State for foreign entities
  • A copy of the filed Certificate(s) of Assumed Name that has been filed pursuant to N.C.G.S. §66-71.4 with the Register of Deeds in a county in which the applicant will be doing business. (if applicable)
  • 3 character references for each of the individuals signing the application. All character references must include the following:
    • The name of the person submitting the reference.
    • The mailing address, phone number, email address of the person submitting the reference
    • The Date of the reference (References older than 12 months from date of submission cannot be accepted.)
    • Information regarding the reference’s knowledge and experience with the applicant or person about whom the reference is being provided.
  • Financial demonstration in the form of an agreed-upon procedure report, audited financial statement, or a surety bond.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$125

Due:

Annually by January 1st.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

North Carolina Unlimited Specialty Contractor License

Agency:North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors
Foreign Qualification is Prerequisite:Yes
Insurance Requirements:

There is not an insurance requirement for licensing. However, there may be insurance requirements for individual projects or for pulling building permits.

Bond Requirements:

Applicants must submit a $1,000,000 surety bond or meet working capital requirements.

Notes:

A contractor license is required for entities that take on construction related projects costing $30,000 or more.

Registration Renewal

Filing Method:

Online

Agency Fee:

$125

Due:

Annually.

Penalties:

$10 per month late.

Notes:

Financial statements must also be submitted during the renewal process. Typically these do not need to be reviewed or audited but can be prepared in-house.

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