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Now That I Have My Fifteen Credits Of Continuing Education Completed, What Is The Next Step Toward Getting My Education Credits Are Counted?

You need to complete a certificate of completion (see forms) for each course completed, and submit the certificates to the New Mexico Department of Insurance. A $5.00 filing fee is required per submission. Certificates of completion received after October 31st, are subject to a late fee of $50.00 in addition to the $5.00 filing fee, total fees due $55.00. Individuals who have successfully met their educational requirements by the September 30th deadline may begin submitting credits for the next years educational requirements on October 31st.

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