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Temporary professional or occupational licensure for qualified nonresident military spouses:
Military Spouse Occupational Licensure Access (Implementation)
New Jersey provides for temporary professional or occupational licensure for qualified nonresident military spouses. State professional and occupational licensing boards have established criteria for the issuance of a temporary courtesy license to a nonresident military spouse so that the nonresident military spouse may lawfully practice the profession or occupation regulated by that board on a temporary basis. A temporary courtesy license is valid for a period of one year and may be extended at the discretion of the board for an additional one year upon application of the holder of the temporary courtesy license.
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