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New Mexico is ranked 5th in area and 36th in population, with more than 2 million residents. The state has the highest percentage of Hispanic Americans and the third highest percentage of Native Americans in the country (behind Alaska and Oklahoma). Santa Fe is the capital, and Albuquerque is the largest city.
Information for Consumers
People who are having trouble paying their utility bills should visit HUD, which lists agencies that can help.
Information for Contractors
Construction contractors, including mechanical contractors performing HVAC jobs, must be licensed in New Mexico. Licenses are issued by the Regulations and Licensing Department.
Applicants must also be 18 years of age and have completed four years of experience in the last 10 years. Licenses are good for three years. New Mexico does not have a reciprocal license agreement with any other states.
Corporations must be qualified to do business in New Mexico, or be incorporated in the state. Any out-of-state corporation must have a registered agent and office in New Mexico for at least 90 days before it can get a license. Individuals or partnerships must have a residence or street address in New Mexico for at least 90 days before applying for a license. Applicants must also maintain a current New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department tax identification number and, if appropriate, workers' compensation insurance.
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