Hello to all. My name is Mike and I'm a new member of the forums. I run a design & structural engineering firm. We have projects all over the US, but I don't know if we have to register with every state. We will visit a company located in a different state and look at the sight that the structure is to be placed on. We then go back to our home state do all the work, sign & seal the construction documents in the state the job is in. Our in house Engineer is licensed in the state that we will be sign & sealing the documents in. But my question to all is do we have to register to do business in that state?
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