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LICENSED ADJUSTER TRANSFERRING TO INDIANA FROM ANOTHER STATE
Adjusters moving to Indiana from other states must satisfy all licensing requirements applicable to resident adjusters. However, if the new resident adjuster was previously licensed for the same line(s) of authority in another state, the adjuster will be exempt from any pre-licensing education and examination requirements. The following are the steps the adjuster must follow in order to apply for a new resident adjuster license in Indiana:
1. Update resident addresses in previous home state, or Designated Home State (DHS), and all other licensed states. Information on updating contact information is available at http://in.gov/idoi/2450.htm.
2. Obtain a Letter of Clearance from previous home state, or Designated Home State (DHS), indicating that the applicant is, or was, at the time of cancellation, in good standing in that state.
3. Apply for a new resident adjuster license in Indiana, which may be done online at http://www.sircon.com/. Submit the Letter of Clearance from previous home licensing state, or Designated Home State (DHS), with the application. Note: the date of surrender/inactivation on the Letter of Clearance of the previous license must not be more than 90 days prior to the date of application submission.
RESIDENT INDIANA ADJUSTER TRANSFERRING TO ANOTHER STATE
Adjuster must contact the new home state that the adjuster is transferring to for requirements on transferring the license. To update resident addresses and request a Letter of Clearance from Indiana, please submit the Service Request Form posted at http://in.gov/idoi/2450.htm. If adjuster wishes to obtain a non-resident adjuster license in Indiana, adjuster must first obtain a resident license in the new home state, or Designated Home State (DHS), then apply for a new non-resident adjuster license, which may be done online at http://www.sircon.com/.