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What Your West Virginia Land Surveyor Stamp Must Have

Being a land surveyor may be your passion, but becoming one can still be a lot of work. While having a true love for the profession will definitely help, there are all kinds of hoops you’ll have to jump through on your way to achieving your dream.

Amongst other things, this will mean acquiring a West Virginia land surveyor stamp. It may not seem like a huge deal, but you have to remember how highly regulated the industry is, meaning even something as small as a stamp is absolutely vital.

Furthermore, you should take a second to look at your West Virginia land surveyor stamp and ensure it matches the criteria we’re about to describe. Otherwise, you could end up using the West Virginia land surveyor stamp for years only to find out it was all wrong. This would be a terrible situation to find yourself in.

The Dimensions of the West Virginia Land Surveyor Stamp

Let’s start with the dimensions your West Virginia land surveyor stamp is supposed to have. The circular stamp must be 1-5/8" in diameter. Again, it might seem like a small matter—literally—to most of us, but someone who is familiar with the stamp will be able to notice in a moment if it isn’t the right size.

The Appearance of the West Virginia Land Surveyor Stamp

Next, there’s the actual appearance of the West Virginia land surveyor stamp. Luckily, like a lot of stamps from all over the country, West Virginia’s is mercifully simple. It has a rope border to it and then another circle on the inside that is outlined in a perforated fashion.

At the top of the stamp, between the two circles, you should see your full name just as you supplied it in the application. On the bottom, it should read, “Professional Surveyor” between two stars.

Inside the circle, “Licensed” should be at the top and “West Virginia” at the bottom. Finally, your license number should appear in the middle right after, “No.” and a space.

That’s really all there is to how your West Virginia land surveyor stamp needs to look. All it will take is a minute to go over yours, but it could end up saving you a lot of money.

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