RECIPROCITY

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The Texas All-Lines Adjuster’s License is Reciprocal in 30 states!

If you are resident of Texas and you wish to become an insurance adjuster, you need to obtain the Texas All Lines Adjuster License. If you are a non-resident of Texas and live in a state that does not have an adjuster license requirement, and you want to become an insurance adjuster, then you need this Texas All Lines Adjuster License.  Non-Residents of Texas, who live in a state that does not require an Adjusters License, are able to designate Texas as their “Home State”.  This is Great News for you as you will be able to enjoy the “FULL BENEFITS of RECIPROCITY”!  Here’s a list of states that do not have adjuster license requirements, and who are able to deem Texas as their home state:

Colorado, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.


If you are a non-resident of Texas and reside in state that requires adjuster licensing, you are now required to obtain your home state license before Texas will issue you a non-resident license.  Please check with the Department of Insurance in your home state to determine the requirements to obtain your license.  For many states, it’s just successfully passing a state exam.  For a few, a pre-licensing course is required in that state.  We have test preparation material that can help prepare you for your state exam.

The Texas license is Reciprocal with the following states:

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

The following states do not require an adjuster to be licensed to operate in their state:

Colorado, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.

The Texas Department of Insurance will allow residents of the states that do not license adjusters to deem Texas as their resident state in order to have the full benefits of Reciprocity.

Please verify this information with the state licensing agency as requirements can change.

Let us help you Become A Licensed Adjuster!  If you have any questions about Reciprocity, feel free to give us a call.