- Can I obtain a temporary permit?
- How long does it take to get a license?
- Does Delaware require firms to register for a Certificate of Authorization?
- Do I need to complete continuing education in order to renew my license?
- When does my license expire?
- If my license has expired, how long do I have to renew it?
- How can I obtain my National Council of Architectural Registration Board file?
- How do I obtain a seal or rubber stamp?
- How do I request a wall certificate?
- How do I know if I need to apply for a Certificate of Authorization?
- I have a Delaware architect license but I do not practice in Delaware at this time. Am I required to apply for a Certificate of Authorization?
- Do I need to renew a Certificate of Authorization? If so, how often?
Can I obtain a temporary permit?
Answer: There is no provision for the Board to issue a temporary permit.
How long does it take to get a license?
Answer: This depends on how long it takes for the Board office to receive all of the required documentation. When the application is complete and if it requires Board review, it is placed on the agenda for the next Board meeting. If the Board approves your application and the processing fee has been fully paid, the Board office will issue the license number.
How do I obtain a seal or rubber stamp?
Answer: The Board requires you to obtain either a seal press or rubber stamp for use on drawings and specifications. Most office supply stores can imprint a seal for you, or you may call Franklin Rubber Stamp Company at (302) 654-8841.
How do I request a wall certificate?
Answer: To receive a wall certificate in addition to the standard license certificate, submit a Request for Wall Certificate with the required fee. When the Board office receives your request and payment, the Board will sign the certificate at its next scheduled meeting.
I have a Delaware architect license but I do not practice in Delaware at this time. Am I required to apply for a Certificate of Authorization?
Answer: If you or your business or the business by which you are employed does not practice architecture in Delaware and are not offering to provide architect services, you are not required to apply for a Certificate of Authorization. Should your status change and you or the business are planning to practice in Delaware or offer architecture services you need to apply for the Certificate of Authorization. See Certificate of Authorization on how to apply.