The Tri-National Mutual Recognition Agreement for International Practice of Architecture was developed jointly by the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authorities (CALA), the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and the Federacion de Colegios de Arquitectos de la Republica Mexicana (FCARM) to remove barriers and provide qualified architects with the opportunity to offer professional services across borders, while ensuring the protection of professional services across borders. Safety and well-being. The conditions of the MRA are specific requirements that architects must meet when seeking mutual recognition. Qualified architects from each country receive a letter of certification that gives rise to a license to practice architecture in the host country. These requirements include education and experience qualifications as well as the presentation of documents confirming the person`s qualifications. Some of the basic eligibility requirements are as follows: the Canadian Architectural Licensing Authority (CALA) and the Council of Architects of Europe (ACE) have signed a Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) for architectural practices between EU Member States and Canada. Under this agreement, qualified architects from EU countries that meet the requirements of the agreement can register with any Canadian legal and practical architecture. The agreement, combined with similar programs, opens doors for qualified architects, as the world and architectural offices are connected on a global scale. Architects interested in following the possibility of obtaining licences outside their home country should take a closer look at the conditions of participation and program information available on the Ontario Architects Association website, oaa.on.ca on behalf of CALA. Please note that some U.S. jurisdictions have not signed this MRA; If your main place of administration is a U.S.
jurisdiction that is not on the list of signatories, you cannot contact the AIBC in accordance with these provisions. For more details on the admission requirements and the application process, see The Tri-National MRA formulas. [Forms are available in English, French and Spanish] Tri-national skills A candidate who wishes to reciprolifeate under the Tri-National Mutualist Reciprocity Agreement must submit a file that includes work attesting to the following professional skills.