Licensees are responsible for the renewal of their license and are required, per 61-23-20 D. of the NM Engineering and Surveying Practice Act, for keeping the Board apprised of any changes of addresses.
The Board office will mail a postcard reminder between October and November regarding license renewal to the addresses on file. Please Note: As per The Engineering and Surveying Practice Act 61-23-20 (D) “Each licensee shall have the responsibility to notify the board of any change of address within thirty days of the change”. Failing to do this may cause problems mailing out vital information needed to renew a license.
License renewal is accomplished upon payment of the required fee and satisfactory completion of the requirements of professional development. Every license shall automatically expire if not renewed on or before December 31 of the applicable biennial period. A delinquent licensee may renew a license by the payment of twice the biennial renewal fee at any time before March 1, but the delinquent licensee shall not practice during this period. Should the licensee apply to renew an expired license after the March 1 deadline has elapsed, the licensee shall submit a formal application and fee as provided in Section 61-23-17 NMSA 1978. The board, in considering the reapplication, need not question the applicant’s qualifications for licensure unless the qualifications have changed since the license expired and/or the applicant has not acquired the appropriate Professional Development Hours (PDHs) as required by 16.NMAC.39.2 (New Mexico Administrative Code) for the reinstatement of a license.
All odd-numbered licenses need to be renewed by December 31st of each odd-numbered year. All even-numbered licenses need to be renewed by December 31st of each even-numbered year.
License Renewal Information
PDH REQUIREMENT NOTICE for New Mexico Professional Surveyors –
PDH Reduction for the 2020 and 2021 Renew Cycles
June 5, 2020 – The PDH requirements for New Mexico Licensed Professional Surveyors was reduced to 15 PDHs for the 2020 and 2021 renewal cycles, independent from the requirements for engineers. The 15 PDHs must also include 2 hours in ethics.
Dual licensees are required to follow the engineering standard requirements of 30 PDHs.
In order to receive e-mails from the Board for renewal and other information in the future, please add the Board’s e-mail address to your safe senders list, email@example.com.
This will allow us to ensure you are receiving the latest Board information as well as all the correct renewal information and instructions. Thank you in advance for your help with this matter, have a wonderful day.
Notice to Licensees – License Status
If you recently renewed your license, please be sure to check its status. If the status is incorrect please contact our Board office so we may correct it.
Thank you and we appreciate your cooperation in this matter.
NOTICE TO ALL LICENSEES REGARDING ONLINE RENEWALS AND PAY PAL MIGRATION:
Beginning July 15, 2019, there will be a 2.5% transaction fee applied to all online license renewal fees paid to the Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors with a credit card, this fee is paid directly as a bank transaction fee, it is not paid to the Board. The Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Professional Surveyors is working on development of an electronic check (e-check) payment option that will also be available in the near future. Use of the e-check option will not result in any transaction fees. Thank you.
NMBLPEPS Ethics Course
UPDATE: Participant space has been increased for the remaining available courses. – 11/22/2020
Inactive or Retired Status Applications
|For Inactive Status requirements, refer to 18.104.22.168.1 NMAC|
|For Retired Status requirements, refer to 22.214.171.124.4 NMAC|
Reinstatement of Lapsed License
|Reinstatement of a PE License Forms|
|Reinstatement of a PS License Forms|