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How do I know if my state requires a mandatory document?

Please Note:  In instances where additional documentation is required there is one document required per course completion.

The following states and license types require a signed affidavit before McKissock can issue or submit proof of completion.

(If e-signatures are accepted in lieu of paper affidavits you will not need to send the paper affidavit as long as the e-signature has been completed)

  • Alabama — Real Estate Qualifying Education (e-signature accepted in lieu of paper affidavit)
  • California — Real Estate Continuing Education (e-signature accepted in lieu of paper affidavit)
  • Georgia — Appraisal and Real Estate, both Continuing and Qualifying Education
  • Kentucky — Real Estate Continuing Education (e-signature accepted in lieu of paper affidavit)
  • New Jersey — Real Estate Continuing Education (e-signature accepted in lieu of paper affidavit)
  • New York — Real Estate Continuing Education
  • Virginia — Real Estate Continuing Education (VA requires these affidavits to be notarized.  These are for your records and do not need to be submitted to McKissock Education for credit.)
  • West Virginia — Real Estate (WV requires these affidavits be notarized.)

The following states and license types require a signed evaluation before McKissock can issue or submit proof of completion for continuing education.

  • Delaware — Real Estate
  • Idaho — Real Estate (optional, if you turn it please place your name on the document)
  • Maine — Real Estate (can be submitted electronically upon online course completion)
  • Nevada — Real Estate and Home Inspection

Are you licensed in Michigan?

Michigan requires a Student Enrollment Agreement Form be submitted for all Appraisal and Real Estate, Continuing and Qualifying education courses.  This form must include a witness signature and will not be accepted without one.

Are you a licensed Land Surveyor or Professional Engineer in North Carolina?

North Carolina requires a Sponsor Evaluation Form be submitted for each course completed for both Land Surveyors and Professional Engineers.

All required documents can be returned via fax to (814) 723-0281 or e-mailed to [email protected]

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