Adjuster License Requirements
Certain criteria are required to be met prior to obtaining your license and maintaining it.
- Apply for a new adjuster license via Sircon.
- Pay appropriate license application fee (as outlined in application).
- Obtain fingerprints (recommend having this done prior to class to speed up processing time).
- Complete 40 hours of approved instruction of which 10 hours can be self-study, though you may be exempt for the exam if you have a CPCU or AIC designation, successfully completed a 40-hour class within the past 12 months, or your adjuster license expired more than 90 days ago but less than one year.
Have you submitted your application and wonder when you will get your license? The Department of Insurance (TDI) publishes the dates of applications being processed. Click Processing Dates to check which ones they are working on now.
Click here to look up your adjuster license by name or number.
*** If you reside in a state that requires adjuster licensing, you must obtain an adjuster license in that state prior to applying for a non-resident license in Texas. Once you obtain your home state license, you may apply in Texas for a non-resident license by reciprocity at www.sircon.com, waiving the exam and fingerprint requirements.
*** If you reside in a state that does not require adjuster licensing, you can attend a class such as this one and apply for a Texas All-Lines license, listing Texas as your "Designated Home State".
Many states offer reciprocity, so if you are already licensed in one of these states, you may not have to take the Texas exam. Check the National Insurance Producer Registry for details about your license. Please let us know if you discover any discrepancy.
|Oregon||Rhode Island||South Carolina||Utah|
|States that do not require licensing|
|Missouri||Nebraska||New Hampshire||New Jersey|
|North Dakota||Ohio||Pennsylvania||Rhode Island|
|States that do not offer reciprocity|
|California||New Mexico||New York|