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I will be graduating this December from a university in Illinois and currently meet the requirements to take the exams in Illinois. As of last week, I have accepted a job offer in Michigan. Upon my research, I do not meet the educational requirements to apply to sit for the exam in Michigan (darn Govt. accounting course). If I was to take the exam in Illinois, successfully pass all sections, and meet the 1 year of experience requirement, would I experience issues with getting licensed in Michigan because of the govt. accounting course that I have not completed?
I have contacted the MI and IL Board of Examiners, counselors at my school, as well as just the General CPA hotline and received mixed answers (of course), only confusing me more.
There is no way that now I can still register for this course because of my upcoming graduation deadline in December. Any help would be appreciated.
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