Questions about getting a reciprocal license in Florida

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I have a question about getting licensed in Florida.

I currently have my Texas All-Lines Adjuster license and want to get licensed in Florida. After reading Florida’s website, I am a bit confused.  As a non-resident of Florida, the license requirements are as follows:

Step 2 - Qualifications for license:

 Hold a company or independent adjuster license (resident or non-resident) that Florida has a reciprocal agreement with. [Exempt from State Examination]
[Click here to view the reciprocal list]

OR

If you do not hold one of the prerequisites above, you will be required to take the state examination. [Requires State Examination]

Texas is listed as a  reciprocal state.

Does this mean I can get a Florida license without taking the state examination? Because as I was filing out my Florida license application, it indicated that I would have to take the exam.

So, can someone tell me if, as a licensed Texas independent adjuster, I am exempt from taking the Florida examination? This is probably a very stupid question, but I wanted to make sure before I signed up for the exam.

Thanks in advance.

Chad

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