CPA license process

Viewing 3 posts - 1 through 3 (of 3 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #3142887
    kayzee997
    Participant

    Hi All,

    I have passed all my cpa exams in march 2019 and i have also compelted my 1 year of accounting experience at a big4 as of august 2020.I am in India.

    I have appeared for my exams through the NY state board, since i have no senior in my department who can sign off on my experience i have decided to apply through Montana fro licencing as i have a friend who can sign on the experience.

    My question is; i have completed an extra year of studies to make up the 150 hours since i appeared for the exam (120 hours), so i presume i need to do 2 things :
    1. get the additional educational evaluation from NIES done.
    2. Apply for change in jurisdiction form NY to montana.

    I am however not aware of what order these 2 things should be done or if i am even looking at the right evaluation option; it would be great if anyone could guide me on the right path so i don't end up wasting time and efforts.
    cheers!

    AUD - 76
    BEC - 86
    FAR - 87
    REG - 82
    If you take longer, doesn't mean you failed as long as you get the job done.
    #3143247
    monikernc
    Participant

    Also look through here: https://www.another71.com/cpa-exam-forum/forum/passed-cpa-exam-ethics-exam-cpa-license/ethics-exam-certificates-work-experience-and-licensure/topic/experience-verification-3/

    AUD - 93
    BEC - 82
    FAR - 76
    REG - 88
    How have you been?
    Ninja book and MCQs and the forum, all first try! 2016
    Licensed State of Montana April Fool’s Day 2020
    State of Colorado June 2020 - AICPA Ethics 93
    Experience was the worst part of the journey for me. You?
    If you want things to change you have to do something different.
    #3143232
    monikernc
    Participant

    NASBA does the licensing and education evaluation for Montana so you can start the process through NASBA- transfer of exam grades should be separate from your education evaluation but NASBA can answer all of your question.

    NASBA International Evaluation Services

    Montana

    Montana has very specific rules for the experience verification. Be sure to review those on the Montana Board website because they recently changed. Listen to and read recorded minutes for the applicants whose license was not granted during the meeting and you will hear discussions of why the verification was not acceptable.
    http://boardmeetings.bsd.dli.mt.gov/boardmeetings/pac?pk_vid=2553a0a97bb2e425160425603070e577

    AUD - 93
    BEC - 82
    FAR - 76
    REG - 88
    How have you been?
    Ninja book and MCQs and the forum, all first try! 2016
    Licensed State of Montana April Fool’s Day 2020
    State of Colorado June 2020 - AICPA Ethics 93
    Experience was the worst part of the journey for me. You?
    If you want things to change you have to do something different.
Viewing 3 posts - 1 through 3 (of 3 total)
  • You must be logged in to reply to this topic.