Assuming you are qualified in your state, you should be able to get a California license without too much trouble, since they offer (reciprocal)? licenses with some states.
I'm sure someone will correct me on this, but I'm pretty sure that in order to be a qualifier on a llicense, you would also have to be a Responsible Managing Employee, or Officer. Meaning that you would be directly overseeing the work done by the company you are a qualifier for.
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