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Any individual intending to sell, solicit or negotiate an insurance line (e.g., Life and Health, Property and Casualty) in the state of Arizona must become licensed by the state for that line of authority.
- Insurance companies authorized by the Arizona Department of Insurance
- Individuals employed by an insurance company whose work is limited to executive, administrative, or clerical duties, whose job responsibilities are at most indirectly related to the sale of insurance, and do not receive commission based on selling policies.
- Your job is to gather information in order to enroll individual members of a group insurance policy and you do nor receive a commission based on selling policies.
- You are an employer, association, or employee trust plan charged with the administration of benefits for the employer, association, or employee trust plan.
- You advertise in media whose scope is not limited to Arizona residents without the intent of selling insurance in Arizona.
- You are an Arizona non-resident who is licensed to solicit insurance in another state, and you are soliciting insurance for an insured who requires coverage in multiple states.
- You provide advice to an employer about their insurance interest without selling or soliciting insurance, and without receiving and king of commission.
Applicants must pass a state administered examination, must be at least 18 years of age, must be fingerprinted, and must pay a fee in order to apply for their resident producer's license.
Non-resident applicants who are licensed and in good standing in their current state of residency or individuals transferring to Arizona can in many cases avoid many of the standard licensing requirements, including the requirement to take the Arizona Pre-Licensing Exam.
Although this information can help serve as an informal guide, you may want to direct specific questions to the state Department of Insurance for full, accurate, up-to-date answers.