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Do you need to verify IACP certification status on an individual before entrusting them with a certified auto appraisal?

This feature allows you to verify current status of certification for an individual certified by the Bureau of Certified Auto Appraisers - IACP. You need to know their full name in order to perform the search.

Alternatively, you may enter the certification number below. This number can be found on the wall certificate produced by the appraiser. The search will return the certification number, a name, current status and an expiration date for that individual.

BOCAA strives to maintain accurate, reliable, and current information on certification. However, inadvertent mistakes may exist in our database. If you discover an apparent mistake or discrepancy, please contact the Independent Appraisers Certification Program department immediately at 1-877-424-8560.

 

Search by first name, last name or IACP certification number.

 

BOCAA strongly suggests that the certification identity be verified with a government issued photo identification card, such as a driver's license.

 

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The Bureau of Certified Auto Appraisers administers the IACP Certified Auto Appraiser Certification Course and Final Exam.

Start your own independent auto appraisal business today. IACP Certified Auto Appraisers are in demand. The Bureau of Certified Auto Appraisers holds the key to opening the door to this demand. BOCAA.org is the leading online auto appraisal course producer of men and women who have successfully started their own third-party appraisal company after obtaining IACP certification.

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The Bureau of Certified Auto Appraisers (www.BOCAA.org) is a National Professional Appraisal Credentialing Organization (NPACO) as recognized by the IRS & US Department of Treasury: Sections §1.170A-17(b) and 170(f)(11)(E), as added by the Jobs Act and amended by section 1219 of the Pension Protection Act of 2006, Public Law 109-280 (120 Stat. 780) (PPA) for written examination, testing, education and experience requirements for the qualification of IACP Certified Auto Appraisers Worldwide.