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Offline Jason R

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Transfering your Credentials to Alberta
« on: May 07, 2016, 09:35 »
Want to transfer your exam marks and certificates to Alberta?

Start with downloading the AB-130 form attached to this post.

After that, ask any questions you have here and we can help you out.

FAQ (updated 2016-05-06)

Q: Can I be registered in more than one province at once?
A: Yes. You have just have to meet that province's requirements and complete the necessary paper work.
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Offline Colin Farquhar

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Re: Transfering your Credentials to Alberta
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2016, 13:12 »
And if you're transferring ANYWHERE-make sure they have your correct address, in full.  I just transferred my 4th from MB to BC, and my paperwork got sent to some weird amalgamation of what I put on the form (current address), my last BC address (from when my wallet was stolen and I needed to get my Antique Boiler wallet card reprinted), and my parent's BC address (from when I GOT the Antique Boiler license).  2 months of chasing things down...
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