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Occupational licensing for Military Spouses: SB 1200
Enhanced Initiatives Spouse Licensure
Recognizes a military spouse's out-of-state license for the duration of their military members' assignment but no more than three years and waives fees. The state agency that issues a license must identify the jurisdictions that have licensing requirements that are substantially equivalent to Texas.
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