If you are a producer, a certificate of good standing from your resident state must be submitted to the NHID. The licensee is responsible for requesting this from the resident insurance department.
If you are a multiline or worker’s compensation adjuster from a state that requires CE, the same rules as above apply. If your resident state does not require CE, then you must meet the CE rules as if you were a NH resident.
If you hold a public adjuster license you must take fifteen (15) hours of CE approved by the NHID.
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