Non Resident AZ License for Health Agent/agency

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  1. kstein
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    Anyone have comments on the simplicity of getting an agency and agent licensed for Med Sups in Arizona? I have a couple med sup clients that are making me think about getting licensed there but after getting my non res in NY, which took about 6 months from start to finish, I'm a little sore from the process.
     
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    Non res license should takd a day or two. Just pay the fee.
     
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    This. I just came back from training agents in AZ, I do a lot of work there and there is nothing exceptional about their reciprocals (as in no additional, unexpected hoops to jump through etc.)
     
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    Just go to NIPR.com. They make it pretty easy.
     
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    NIPR is a great option to get licensed.

    If you're interested in working with an FMO, you can register with Ritter Insurance Marketing and have a look at the carriers we work with. If you need additional recommendations, I can get you in contact with our designated Western Office for a complimentary strategy session. PM if you want more info.

    There are also carriers that don't require certification so you can start selling right away.

    Hope that helps!
     
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