In order to sit for the CPA Exam and become licensed in the state of Georgia you must follow these requirements.
CPA Exam and Licensing
The State Board of Public Accountancy qualifies, licenses and regulates individuals seeking licensure to practice as a certified public accountant and firms that offer public accounting services.
An applicant who meets New York's 150 semester hour education requirements for licensure must present evidence, satisfactory to the State Board for Accountancy, of one year of full-time experience (or the part-time equivalent) providing accounting services or advice involving the use of accounting, attest, compilation, management advisory, financial advisory, tax, or consulting skills under the supervision of a certified public accountant licensed in one of the U.S. jurisdictions or a public accountant licensed in New York State.
Learn more about exam and licensing requirements in the state of North Carolina.
The requirements to apply for a Virginia CPA license are more extensive than the education requirements to take the CPA Exam. In order to become a licensed CPA in Virginia, a candidate must first meet the "3 E's": education, exam and experience.