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What Is The Nonresident Reciprocal Agreement?

Agents wishing to receive a non­resident agent license in Kentucky will be issued a license if the applicant:

  • is currently licensed and in good standing in his or her home state;
  • has submitted the proper request for license and has paid the fees required;
  • has submitted or transmitted to the Commissioner a completed uniform application or uniform business entity application;
  • has complied with his or her home state's continuing education requirements;
  • the home state awards non­resident licenses to residents of Kentucky on the same basis; and
  • has complied with any other applicable legal requirements.

The Kentucky Department of Insurance may verify a non­resident applicant's license status through the database maintained by the NAIC or request a certification letter.

A non­resident licensee who changes his or her home state to a state other than Kentucky must file a change of address Form 8303 and provide certification from the new home state within 30 days of the change. No fee or license application is required.

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