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Temporary APRN Permit

When to Apply You may only submit an application for a Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) temporary permit if you have already submitted or simultaneously submitting an application for a Delaware APRN license. General Information A Temporary APRN Permit allows you to practice as an APRN in Delaware until your APRN license is issued. Delaware […]

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Professional Mixed Martial Arts Event

Before Applying for a Permit Before submitting an application for an event permit to the Division of Professional Regulation (DPR), take the following actions: Obtain a Delaware business license from the Division of Revenue. Provide the Designated Agent the proposed list of matches for review and approval. Provide the Designated Agent with proof that you […]

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Combative Sports Entertainment Permit

What is Combative Sports Entertainment? Combative Sports Entertainment means a display of skill for the purpose of entertaining an audience, consisting of choreographed or simulated combat in which the participants employ techniques commonly used in combative sports. The participants do not exert their best effort, and the winner is determined prior to the match (28 […]

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Amateur Boxing Event

Before Applying for a Permit Before applying for a permit to hold an Amateur Boxing Event, the Tournament Director or organizer must obtain a Delaware business license from the Division of Revenue. Information on How to Apply for a License in DELPROS Applications are processed in DELPROS (Delaware Professional Regulation Online Services). The online license […]

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CPA Permit to Practice

When to Apply You must hold a Delaware CPA¬†Permit to Practice if you: work as a CPA at a firm in Delaware either as a principal or an employee, OR offer CPA services in Delaware when your place of business is outside Delaware but you do not qualify for practice privilege as explained in the […]

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