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Reciprocity just means a state recognizes another state’s licensing requirements. If you passed the exam of a state with similar requirements, they would waive the need for you to take another test.
Reciprocity, or reciprocal licensing privileges, allows a licensed adjuster to obtain another state(s) license without having to pass that specific state’s exam. Thank goodness, right? Once you have your home state or DHS license, you can apply for other state licenses through reciprocity. It is not automatic – you will need to complete the required paperwork and submit the licensing fees which are normally between $40.00 – $150.00 but most licensing states are now reciprocal with each other. Excluding New York and California they do not reciprocate with any other state. Add an answer to this item.
RECIPROCITY MEANS AN ADJUSTER HOLDING A HOME STATE LICENSE CAN SUCCESSFULLY APPLY FOR A LICENSE IN ANOTHER STATE WITHOUT HAVING TO TAKE THAT STATE’S EXAM OR PRE-LICENSING COURSE
THESE STATES RECIPROCATE WITH TEXAS.
These states DO NOT require an Adjuster License
For residence who want to obtain an Insurance Adjuster License, we highly suggest retaining a nonresident license and designating Texas as your home state (DHS) Texas nonresident license is our recommendation for adjusters from non-licensing states because of the reciprocity with all other states.