The authorization must be given by the brokerages principal broker or an individual authorized by the brokerage to approve your application. If you are not certain of the authorized individual, you should contact your brokerage.
The authorized individual is the principal broker and/or a person who has been designated by the brokerage company to approve the authorization of the associates and brokers. By providing authorization for an application for an associate or broker licence, the authorization confirms that they are aware of the qualifications and history of the applicant and that they recommend them as a trustworthy and competent person that should be entitled to a licence.
Obtain a Certificate of Authority from that jurisdiction. That is official proof from the regulator in your home jurisdiction that you hold a current and valid licence that is of a similar type to your licence application in New Brunswick.
Any individual wishing to conduct brokerage activities in New Brunswick must be licensed to do so. For more information on the individual licence types and the associated requirements, please click here.
This functionality will be added later in 2016. In the interim, brokerages must, immediately upon termination, submit a letter outlining the termination and any reasons affecting suitability for future licensing, to the Director.