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posted 3 years ago
In New York, how long does a 16-year-old have to get new working papers?
Consider that the worker is approaching his 16th birthday. Is there a period to get the required new working papers? If the answer is negative, is it possible to obtain the new working papers while the person is still 15? How close to their birthday does it have to be? I'm considering that when you turn 16, you will need to go from your 14-15-year-old working papers (blue) and get your 16-17-year-old working papers (green) However, that doesn't include grace periods or information about updating papers when school isn't in session.
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