Reciprocity

In most jurisdictions where adjuster licensure is required, many states will grant a comparable or similar “non-resident” license.  According to the Texas Department of Insurance, the following 32 states will issue a “non-resident” adjuster license to those holding a Texas license without satisfying any additional requirements other than submitting an application, providing proof of licensure in good standing; and payment of any requisite fees.  Contact the desired State Department of Insurance for further details:

1.Alabama
2.Alaska
3.Arizona
4.Arkansas
5.California
6.Connecticut
7.Delaware
8.Florida
9.Georgia
10.Hawaii
11.Idaho
12.Kentucky
13.Maine
14.Massachusetts
15.Michigan
16.Minnesota
17.Mississippi
18.Montana
19.Nevada
20.New Hampshire
21.New Mexico
22.New York
23.North Carolina
24.Oklahoma
25.Oregon
26.Rhode Island
27.South Carolina
28.Utah
29.Vermont
30.Washington
31.West Virginia
32.Wyoming

Information provided by the Texas Department of Insurance via http://www.tdi.texas.gov/licensing/agent/agemeradj.html#
 

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