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Credentialling Requirements: Original Signatures and Seals

CAPR has been receiving a lot of questions from credentialling applicants about whether we accept documents with electronic or digital signatures and seals.

 CAPR’s credentialling program does not accept digital or electronic signatures or digital seals or stamps on documents including but not limited to:

  • School documentation, such as the transcripts, Form D, or the Graduation Verification Form
  • Supporting documentation regarding supervised clinical practice hours including the Supporting Supervised Clinical Practice Form
  • Credentialling Application (Form A)
  • Any attestations from a Notary Public, Certified Translator, or authorized institution official.

We want to move your application forward as quickly as possible. To do this, CAPR must receive documentation with an original signature. Documentation from institutions must include an original signature of the institution’s authorized official and an original institution stamp and/or seal on the documentation. CAPR must receive hard copies of these documents in our office.

We encourage applicants to continue to check CAPR’s website, as well as our Facebook and LinkedIn pages, for further information and updates regarding documentation requirements.