State Licensing Board is an agency of a state responsible for evaluating and licensing providers of services. It can also suspend or revoke an issued license if it finds that standards for practicing a profession have not been met.
When people start to practice a trade in the U.S., they don’t always realize they need to first obtain a license or even several licenses. Maintaining a license also requires fulfilling multiple technical requirements, from completing classes and passing tests to performing all procedures in prescribed way, and to record keeping. If any of these are amiss, it’s easy to have the license suspended or revoked.
Call Demidchik Law Firm for guidance on obtaining and maintaining all the necessary licenses, as well as to defend your license against suspension or revocation.