Colorado License Process – How long?

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  • #2434947
    cmcook
    cmcook
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    Two weeks ago, I uploaded my documents and had my school send my transcripts. 1.5 weeks later, NASBA sent an email saying that the initial review was occurring, then later that day I received notice that my application was in quality assurance, and then the following day I received an email stating the application was still in QA.

    Things seem to be moving along quickly… but a quick look at the CO BOA site lists that the agenda for the mid-June meeting was due earlier this month (I think applicants must be listed on the agenda?), and the next board meeting doesn't appear to be scheduled until August.

    For anyone who's been licensed in Colorado – how long did it take? Wondering if it really will end up being 12 weeks from start to finish. Argh.

    Death before surrender
    #2436978
    cmcook
    cmcook
    Participant

    I just received an email that NASBA is placing my name on the board's meeting agenda for approval – but that I missed the cut-off for the upcoming meeting. Yep, looks like I get to wait until August.

    Death before surrender
    #2626593

    Iceman
    Participant

    Just logged in and saw I have a CO license # today. How about you?

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    #2626980
    cmcook
    cmcook
    Participant

    I see a license number on NASBA, but I am not yet in the Colorado BOA database. I bet that will happen tomorrow. I'm thrilled, what a long drawn out process! 12 weeks from application submittal to approval. That seems pretty unnecessary.

    Death before surrender
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