§ 37.24. Examination requirements for nonresident applicants.
(a) A nonresident applicant for either a certificate or license shall submit with the application a letter or a document from the insurance department of the jurisdiction where the applicant holds a license, confirming current certification or licensure for the same line of insurance for which application is being made in this Commonwealth, qualification by written examination or by a professional designation approved by the Commissioner, or that certification or licensure was prior to the requirement of a written examination. The certificates or licenses shall be subject to reciprocal agreements between the Department and the insurance department of the confirming jurisdiction.
(b) A nonresident applicant for either a certificate or license will be required to pass the examination for the same line of insurance for which application is being made in this Commonwealth if unable to provide the letter or document from the insurance department described in subsection (a).
This section cited in 31 Pa. Code § 37.21 (relating to examination requirement); and 31 Pa. Code § 37.31 (relating to general application requirements).
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