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Professional Licensing Guides

Steps to return to a regulated profession.

For the many immigrants who had careers as doctors, engineers, teachers and other regulated professions in their home countries and need to earn a professional license to return to their careers in the U.S., we have developed Licensing Guides for immigrant jobseekers.

Regulated professions are strictly controlled by state law to protect the public interest. Each state can have different criteria for licensing. Licenses or credentials are normally earned through a combination of education, exams, and experience, and include documentation and sometimes a significant amount of time and money to receive. Note: nurses, lawyers, and public accountants are regulated in the U.S.; business managers and university professors are not.

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Upwardly Global is here to help you navigate the U.S. professional job market and gain in-demand skills. Our resources are free, virtual, and have helped thousands of immigrants and refugees get back to work in their professional fields.

If you are one of these professionals, Upwardly Global’s Professional Licensing Guides can help you understand all of the necessary steps to continue your career. The Guides can also help you decide if other related careers are a better choice based on your resources and preferences.

Licensing information is now available for popular careers in California, Florida, Illinois, New Hampshire, New York, Texas, Virginia, Washington State, and Washington, D.C. To get started, please select the state from the above list where you intend to become licensed or read How to Use the Guides.

Get Started with Upwardly Global

Upwardly Global is here to help you navigate the U.S. professional job market and gain in-demand skills. Our resources are FREE, virtual, and have helped thousands of immigrants and refugees get back to work in their professional fields.

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