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Yes. If your home state has a signed CE reciprocal agreement with Colorado, you need only meet your home state CE requirement. To continue your Colorado nonresident license submit a current letter of certification (not more than 90 days old) from your home state Insurance Department to: Assessment Systems Inc. (ASI), P. O. Box 99509, Denver, CO 80209 along with your Colorado continuation notice and the continuation fee. If your home state does not have a CE requirement, or does not have a signed CE reciprocal agreement with Colorado, you must fulfill Colorado`s requirement by taking Colorado approved CE courses.
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