This database contains over 30,000 occupational/professional licenses issued by the Alaska Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing and its licensing boards. State business licenses are not included. There is a separate business license search.
Department of Business & Professional Regulation. The DBPR Online Services website provides information about applicants and licensed individuals for those professions and businesses that are regulated by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
The Superintendent of Banking has the responsibility to oversee the following professions: accountants; architects; engineers and land surveyors; landscape architects; real estate brokers and agents; real estate appraisers; and interior designers.
The following documents (pdf) list those businesses licensed in Nevada to provide various wildlife or hunting-related services such as guiding, taxidermy, falconry, commercial and scientific collection or possession, shooting preserves and wildlife rehabilitation.
A list of professions in North Carolina that require a license. (Note: The professions who have links to a license verification or roster are listed on this page with the link to the roster or verification information).
The Oregon License Directory is the official State of Oregon website that provides a single information source for Oregon licenses, certifications, permits, and registrations (all referred to as licenses). Information on all known state licenses is available on this site, as well as links to license holder lookups (when available) and federal license summary information with links.
Any business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who is manufacturing, distributing or retailing drugs, medical devices and/or medicated cosmetics must register with the Pennsylvania Department of Health unless otherwise noted as a designated exemption.
DocFinder contains the licensing background and disciplinary information of physicians and other health care practitioners with much more detailed Medical Malpractice, Hospital Discipline and Criminal Conviction information from Physician Profile Law states such as First in the Nation Massachusetts.
The NPDB and HIPDB are resources to assist eligible entities in investigating the qualifications and credentials of health care practitioners, providers, and suppliers. Entities must meet eligibility requirements and be registered with the Data Bank(s) in order to query or report.
The Producer Database (PDB) is a central repository of producer licensing information updated on a timely basis by participating state insurance departments. There is a setup fee and charges for downloading of reports.
www.arello.com Use this site to search for a real estate practitioner to verify the current status of that person's license or registration. This tool will research an international database for information you can use to determine whether or not the person with whom you are working is in fact authorized to assist you for a fee in a real estate transaction