The following information only relates to Kansas Board of Accountancy applications for which NASBA offers individual substantial equivalency evaluations as part of the application process. Alternative application processes exist for complying with the Kansas Board’s interstate practice rules. Contact the board for further information.
Reciprocal Certificates and Permits to Practice
A CPA who is seeking a certificate and/or a certificate and permit in Kansas under Kansas statute 1-302b(d) may do so in one of two ways:
Individual substantial equivalency evaluations are offered through NASBA’s CredentialNet service, and should be obtained prior to application to the Kansas Board of Accountancy. After the substantial equivalency evaluation is completed, NASBA will send a report to the Kansas Board indicating substantial equivalency status.
A CPA should also complete the Kansas Board of Accountancy’s Application for Certificate by Reciprocity by Substantial Equivalency and Application for Initial Permit and send them directly to the Kansas Board. These forms can be obtained on the Kansas Board of Accountancy website.
The evaluation is the same for reciprocal licensure applicants and notice applicants and is based on requirements outlined in the UAA:
The following fees are applicable to the individual substantial equivalency evaluation only. There may be separate fees required by the state for which you are applying. Contact the state board directly for that information.
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