Brits set to work freely in US following talks breakthrough
British-trained architects will soon be allowed to work freely in the US following a major breakthrough in talks on the mutual recognition of qualifications. The Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) have agreed a framework that should see an official agreement signed in May 2004. The deal will end one of the most acrimonious disputes between the RIBA and its US counterparts. The institute has long demanded that its qualifications are recognised ...
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