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How to get a insurance license in california

how to get a insurance license in california

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Visit any Live Scan Fingerprinting vendor in California to have your fingerprints taken. A list of locations can be found on the California attorney general's office "Applicant Live Scan Fingerprint Services" website. Bring a valid, current photo ID and prepare to pay a fee, which varies, based on location. Alternatively, have your fingerprints taken when you take your licensing exam. As of June 2010, the fee at exam sites is $60.95 and can be paid for by check, VISA or MasterCard. No cash is accepted at the exam site.

Complete form 1033, Application for Written Consent, for a criminal history background check. If you have been convicted of certain felonies, such as breach of trust, you will need the insurance commissioner's written consent before you can sell insurance in California.

Complete the education requirements. You will need 20 hours of

life-only insurance study and 12 hours, total, on ethics and the California Insurance Code. Information on courses and providers can be found on the California Department of Insurance "Seeking pre-licensing/Continuing education" website.

Apply online for your insurance license using California's Fast Licensing Application Service is Here (FLASH). Information on how to complete the application is available on the insurance department's "How to Complete the FLASH Application" website.

Pay, effective July 1, 2010, the license filing fee of $128 and the examination fee of $37.

Schedule, take and pass the examination. Information to assist you in scheduling your exam, such as dates, times, maps and identification required, can be found at the Department of Insurance "Insurance License Examination Information" website.

Download or print your license when you receive application approval at the Department of Insurance "Insurance Producers, Insurance Adjusters, Bail Agents: Obtain Your License Online" website.

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