Licensing

Upon completion of the Texas Adjuster P&C PreLicensing Course and state exam, you will need to get electronic fingerprinting to submit with your Texas Insurance Adjuster Licensing Application. Applications must be sent to the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) with the required fees.

Texas Adjuster Licensing Resources

View TX Adjuster PreLicensing Requirements

Once the state of Texas issues you an Adjuster license, you may then apply for licenses in more than 30 other states that offer a reciprocal license! Please check with the Department of Insurance for the respective state(s) for which you intend to be licensed in order to confirm current reciprocity, application requirements and individual state information.  Click here for information regarding non-resident fingerprinting.

Multi-State Adjuster Licensing Reciprocity for TX Adjuster license holders
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Reciprocal License Available

Initial License Obtained

No reciprocal licensing

Terminology Legend

"Resident" - Licensee resides in TX
"DHS" - Licensee does not reside in TX and has designated TX as their "Designated Home State"
"No ADJ license" -
State indicated does not have licensing requirements for adjusters

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Reciprocity

State

Reciprocity

State

Reciprocity

Alabama

Resident:
DHS:

Louisiana

Resident:
DHS:

Ohio

No ADJ license

Alaska

Resident:
DHS:

Maine

Resident:
DHS:

Oklahoma

Resident:
DHS:

Arizona

Resident:
DHS:

Maryland

No ADJ license

 

Oregon

Resident:
DHS:

Arkansas

Resident:
DHS:

Massachusetts

No ADJ license 

 

Pennsylvania

No ADJ license

California

Resident:
DHS:

Michigan

Resident:
DHS:

Rhode Island

Resident:
DHS:

Colorado

No ADJ license 

Minnesota

Resident:
DHS:

South Carolina

Resident:
DHS:

Connecticut

Resident:
DHS:

Mississippi

Resident:
DHS:

South Dakota

No ADJ license

Delaware

Resident:
DHS:

Missouri

No ADJ license 

Tennessee

No ADJ license

Florida

Resident:
DHS:

Montana

Resident:
DHS:

Texas

 

Georgia

Resident:
DHS:

Nebraska

No ADJ license 

Utah

Resident:
DHS:

Hawaii

Resident:
DHS:

Nevada

Resident:
DHS:

Vermont

Resident:
DHS:

Idaho

Resident:
DHS:

New Hampshire

Resident:
DHS:

Virginia

No ADJ license

Illinois

No ADJ license 

New Jersey

No ADJ license 

Washington

Resident:
DHS:

Indiana

Resident:
DHS:

New Mexico

Resident:
DHS:

West Virginia

Resident:
DHS:

Iowa

No ADJ license 

New York

Resident:
DHS:

Wisonsin

No ADJ license

Kansas

No ADJ license 

North Carolina

Resident:
DHS:

Wyoming

Resident:
DHS:

Kentucky

Resident:
DHS:

North Dakota

No ADJ license 

District of Columbia

No ADJ license

*Click on the state links above for more information on the application requirements for that state. States listed above that do not provide links do not license non-resident adjusters. Non-resident licensing fees, procedures and reciprocity rules are subject to change at any time. Please check with the Department of Insurance for the respective state(s) for which you intend to be licensed in order to confirm current application requirements and individual state information.