A-21, r. 3 - Regulation respecting other terms and conditions for permits to be issued by the Ordre des architectes du Québec

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6.03. A candidate who fulfills the conditions and meets the requirements of subparagraph b of the first paragraph of section 11 of the Act must, to obtain a permit, submit to the committee on admissions an application to that effect accompanied by the following:
(a)  proof that he is a member in good standing of an association of architects of a Canadian province;
(b)  a declaration under his signature to the effect that he has read and studied the articles of the Civil Code of particular interest to architects published by the Order, the Professional Code (chapter C-26), as well as the Act and the regulations of the Order;
(c)  a certified copy of his diploma;
(d)  a recent photograph measuring 5 cm sur 5 cm certified under his signature as being his own;
(e)  a certified copy of his act of birth or satisfactory proof of the date and place of birth;
(f)  proof:
i.  that he is a Canadian citizen; or
ii.  that he was legally admitted to Canada to remain therein permanently and that he is domiciled in Québec, and also a declaration whereby he binds himself to apply for Canadian citizenship as soon as he is able to do so pursuant to the Citizenship Act (R.S.C. 1985, c. C-29);
(g)  a specimen of his signature;
(h)  proof, in the case where the law so requires, that he has a working knowledge of the French language determined in accordance with the standards established for such purpose by regulation of the Office québécois de la langue française; and
(i)  the registration fees.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. A-21, r. 2, s. 6.03.