New York Rolling Clock

New York Rolling Clock

Postby TMD_Architecture » Tue Aug 01, 2017 8:48 am

Does anyone know how/if the New York Rolling Clock differs from NCARB's Rolling Clock? On the NCARB site under New York it states: "New York has its own five-year credit retention period" I can not find any further info here on the state's site:
http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/arch/archlic.htm

Thanks in advance
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Re: New York Rolling Clock

Postby charmedserenity3 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 10:22 am

I think it has something to do with the Form 1. If the form 1 is more then 5 years old then you have to resubmit a new form and a new fee. Normally you first fill the form out when you apply to test, and if you are ready to be reviewed for your license within 5 years you do not need to pay another fee or refill form 1. But I'm not 100% sure I am right, this is just off of what I experienced.
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Re: New York Rolling Clock

Postby kerzzo » Tue Aug 01, 2017 12:52 pm

I think I had the same doubt, but I asked NYS---

see what i sent to them::


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I also want to know if any specific timing for NYS to keep my application open.

I believe my NCARB rolling clock is until 2020, but not sure if NYS has a specific time until the application is closed and would have to be re-opened..could I please get more information on the matter?
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answer from NYS below:


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There is no expiration of your file. Your records will stay on file indefinitely.


worth calling them up if you have a special situation or to better clarify...
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Re: New York Rolling Clock

Postby TMD_Architecture » Tue Aug 01, 2017 1:55 pm

kerzzo wrote:I think I had the same doubt, but I asked NYS---

see what i sent to them::


[i][i]
I also want to know if any specific timing for NYS to keep my application open.

I believe my NCARB rolling clock is until 2020, but not sure if NYS has a specific time until the application is closed and would have to be re-opened..could I please get more information on the matter?
[/i][/i]


answer from NYS below:


[i]
There is no expiration of your file. Your records will stay on file indefinitely.


worth calling them up if you have a special situation or to better clarify...


great thank you, :D
I just sent them an email.
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