You guys have been great in previous questions I've posted. I've learned a lot and really appreciate all your comments and suggestions.
As I stated in those previous investigative questions, I live in Michigan. As recommended, I took the on line course for the Texas All Lines, took the exam, passed and have a certificate from the school. I'm not sponsored and don't have a mentor (well, other than here on this site) to check with on what to do next.
My state requires I have a resident license and apparently we don't have a CE requirement. I'm scheduled for a class down in GA for a class on scoping, Xactimate in a couple of weeks, however, the instructor has been called down to FL for TS Fay and may not be able to run the class as scheduled until he comes back. In the meantime, I am attempting to get the license, but am confused as to how to proceed.
My question is this...do I apply for my TX license first, then MI? or is it the other way around. Nothing seems to indicate the order no matter where I look. Michigan's licensing website doesn't seem to require anything other than 15 bucks and an application. Calling the State of Michigan is nearly impossible...might explain why MI is in such a mess, eh? It seems like a catch 22 no matter what I read or research. MI requires an exam for a resident license, but that's why I took the TX All Lines class and exam as suggested here on this site. MI application doesn't ask for any kind of proof, other than through a national database firm for non-residents.
My gut tells me to simply fill out the MI application, attach the dough and see what happens. I'm also thinking I should attach my certificate of completion and pass of the TX All Lines exam.
Will look forward to hearing back from you...unless all you pros are all down in FL dealing with the current storm. If that's the case, I'm happy for all of you during this 2 year drought...best of luck, take care, drive carefully, be careful and blessed and highly favored!