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How to get an Insurance License – The First Step to Become an Insurance Agent

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September 7, 2023 · 8 mins read

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You will most probably be leaving the examination center with your results, depending on which state you gave your exam in. If that isn’t possible, you will get your results in your email that you provided.

Once you have passed your license examinations, and are asked to submit your documents, go to this link and submit your background documents. Other additional documents such as bond, work authorizations and supplemental forms need to be forwarded to the state insurance department directly.

The whole process takes around 15-20 days. As for the time frame of passing the license exams, it is up to the exam centers t=, but you usually walk out with your results the same day.

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To correct any information (social security number, date of birth, address) entered into the license records, you must notify the state(s) in which you have identified incorrect data of the change.

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