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Michigan state board allows candidates to sit for the exam with 120 credit hours, but 150 credit hours must be completed upon applying for the license. 1 year of experience is needed which is typical of the 3E requirement.
Note to Indian Chartered Accountants:
Michigan no longer gives prerequisite to Indian CA holders and they no longer recognize your credentials from your chartered accountant qualification. If you are a BCOM + CA only (i.e. without a masters’ degree) I personally don’t think you can get qualified. Please read this post for further information.
*Launched in Apr 2016* The NASBA Experience Verification service is now available to those who do not have access to an active U.S. CPA for verification.
CPE is required for license holders. Click here for Michigan CPA CPE requirements.
Michigan Board of Accountancy
Dept. of Labor & Economic Growth
P.O. Box 30018
Lansing, MI 48909-7518
Check out these pages to learn about the educational and experience requirements, with my recommendation at the end of the posts:
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