Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 42. Morticians
Section 70. Reciprocity.
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AS 08.42.070. Reciprocity.

(a) The department may recognize the license issued to an embalmer or funeral director from another state if the applicant

(1) furnishes proof satisfactory to the department that the applicant

(A) has complied, in the state in which the applicant is licensed, with requirements substantially equal to the requirements of this chapter; or

(B) meets the applicable requirements for the license for which the applicant is applying except for the apprenticeship and examination provisions and that the applicant is licensed in another state and has practiced mortuary science for at least one year in a state where the applicant is licensed; and

(2) takes and passes the examination provided for in (b) of this section.

(b) The department shall examine each applicant under this section on the following subjects: Alaska vital statistics law, the provisions of this chapter, and the regulations adopted by the department under this chapter.

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