We are a civil engineering and surveying firm in Michigan that has several engineering and surveyors who hold licenses in other states. We do not have offices in other states and currently our firm is not formally registered in these states. We are being told in one state that our firm is required to be registered with the Secretary of States Office before we can survey any more sites in that state. We are proceeding with the firms registration process, but does this mean that we need to do this in every other state?
In other words, in addition to being licensed as a professional in a state, do you also have to be a registered firm?
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