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06/03/2013 3:27 PM

    I had a general question about retaining NC residency. Currently, I hold a resident adjuster license in NC. Contemplating a move to SC but wish to hold on to my NC resident license. I called into the NCDOI and they told I could retain a resident license while living in SC as long as I live within 50 miles of the NC border? Is this true? Can I in fact live within 50 miles of NC and have a resident license? Anyone have a similar situation? Can I use a PO Box as a mailing address for my licenses, etc.?

     

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    pondman
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    06/03/2013 11:35 PM

    As I live in Charlotte, NC. and you have have cslled the NCDOI and they gave you an answer, and "yet" you ask us if the the license agency for the Department of Insurance for the  State of North Carolina gave you a correct answer?

    I'm sorry, but why do they have license agencies to regulate for states if they don't direct you correctly?

    Why not call and ask again? Call the state of S.C. and tell them you live within 50 miles of N/C. and see what they say?

     

     

     

    Give them what they want, when they want it, and how they want it !
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    CatAdjusterX
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    06/04/2013 1:34 AM
    Posted By mgadjuster25 on 6/3/2013 3:27:26 PM

    I had a general question about retaining NC residency. Currently, I hold a resident adjuster license in NC. Contemplating a move to SC but wish to hold on to my NC resident license. I called into the NCDOI and they told I could retain a resident license while living in SC as long as I live within 50 miles of the NC border? Is this true? Can I in fact live within 50 miles of NC and have a resident license? Anyone have a similar situation? Can I use a PO Box as a mailing address for my licenses, etc.?

     

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    Gotta back Pondman's answer on this one. I would also think getting a Non-resident  SC IA license would be in order as well.

    With regard to your query on the PO box, my answer would be I don't think a PO box will suffice. Nevertheless, ask the NCDOI.

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    AcceleratedAdjuster
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    06/04/2013 4:01 PM
    Posted By mgadjuster25 on 6/3/2013 3:27:26 PM

    I had a general question about retaining NC residency. Currently, I hold a resident adjuster license in NC. Contemplating a move to SC but wish to hold on to my NC resident license. I called into the NCDOI and they told I could retain a resident license while living in SC as long as I live within 50 miles of the NC border? Is this true? Can I in fact live within 50 miles of NC and have a resident license? Anyone have a similar situation? Can I use a PO Box as a mailing address for my licenses, etc.?

     

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    Why, after calling the licensing office, asking and receiving an answer, would you ask on a forum that has zero authority over your NC license?

    Call them back, argue with them and tell them you do not agree with it.

     

    Pondman,

    I can always use more Charlotte adjusters, if you need a little daily work in between the CATS. Usually liability files, decent T&E...

    www.acceleratedadjusting.com www.acceleratedadjustingisrael.com
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