National Architect: Find New Career Opportunities Through New Arrangement With Australia and New Zealand (Jan-Feb 2017)

Michael Sweeney is the first architect to take advantage of a new opportunity to use his NCARB Certificate to become registered in Australia and New Zealand.

NCARB/CALA MRA

NCARB and the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement for reciprocal registration of architects, which went into effect January 1, 2014. 

Tri-National MRA

Tri-National Mexican Eligibility Requirements

Mexican architects must meet these requirements to be eligible for licensure through the Tri-National Mutual Recognition Agreement.

Tri National MRA

Tri-National Canadian Eligibility Requirements

Canadian architects must meet these requirements to be eligible for licensure through the Tri-National Mutual Recognition Agreement.