What Types Of Resident Licenses Are Offered In Kansas?
The Kansas Insurance Department grants the following types of resident licenses.
Licenses Requiring an Examination
- Life 1
- Accident and Health
- Property and Allied Lines 1
- Casualty and Allied Lines 1
- Personal Lines (Available after July 1, 2001)
- Crop Only
- Title Only
- Bail Bond Only 2
1 May be taken as individual examinations or in combined examinations of Life, Accident and Health, or Property, Casualty and Allied Lines.
2 Bail bond agents are required to pass the Kansas Laws and Regulations examination only.
Licenses Not Requiring an Examination
- Variable Contracts 1
- Auto Club 2
- Viatical Settlement 2
- Reinsurance Intermediary 2
- Excess Lines
1 Variable contracts agents must have NASD registration and a life agent license, but no separate exam is required.
2 Contact the Kansas Insurance Department for instructions and application forms.
The information on this page is meant to provide a general overview of the law. The laws in your state and/or city may deviate significantly from those described here. If you have specific questions related to your situation you should speak with a local attorney.
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