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How Do I Obtain A Letter Of Certification?

Resident agents, brokers and solicitors needing current proof of licensing in Louisiana for purposes of nonresident licensing in other states or for purposes of securing appointments with insurers are advised to request a Letter of Certification. A Letter of Certification provides current license status, indicates a licensee is in "good standing" and other information. To request a Letter of Certification, send a written request (including the FULL name of the licensee and the license number) along with a $3 fee for EACH certificate requested, to the Department, including the FULL name of the licensee and the license number.

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