As of 30 September 2014, the policy regarding CITA Status has changed. Candidates are no longer required to submit their National Board Scores to the CITA office in order to receive CITA Status. Therefore, candidates achieve CITA Status once they have successfully completed all clinical parts of the CITA exam. CITA member state boards will receive a report noting which candidates have successfully completed all clinical parts of the CITA exam. Please note that individual state laws control who is qualified for licensure; consequently, the requirements may not be uniform from state to state. Each licensing jurisdiction may use the examination results to the extent authorized by its statutes. Candidates should contact the state board in the jurisdiction in which they are seeking licensure for further information.