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Last Post 12/06/2006 10:26 PM by  Dimechimes
State Licensing-im losing my mind
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12/06/2006 4:31 PM
    I reside in Virginia, where it is not necessary to be licensed as a claims adjuster.  I need to get a state license to handle claims for a specific i/a.  I have searched the forums and have not found any answers/suggestions.

    My reserach, via the net, shows that i can apply as a Non-resident.  If i have read correctly, the Texas License is $450??.  Does anybody know of any other states that are cheaper?? Did i read correctly that there is an internet class in Florida that can be used in lieu of a state license??

    Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks again.
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    12/06/2006 7:26 PM
    Here is a link to the CADO Licensing page, you will find a link to all DOI web sites and some additional information.  I had a document somewhere on the site that I believe would help you I will see if I can find it and post a link to it.  I do not believe there is a class that you can take that will take the place of a License.  There are some pre-licensing classes that will help you get the license.

    12/06/2006 10:24 PM

    I had received this notice this week from Dr Birzon of University of Central FL about the Fl online program which was the first I'd heard of this online class also. It is held by the University of Central FL. Here is the copy of the email received. You will have to call them to find out if it applies to the Fl Non Resident or if it is for residents only.


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    12/06/2006 10:26 PM
    Additional note- reading the material again on the link it says it applies to resident and non resident licenses but as Roy said you need to check the state web site as there are other options for those with a license in their home state.
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