Below, you will find a thumbnail procedure for obtaining a resident insurance license: 1) Contact Oregon Insurance Department and request the Oregon Licensing Information Bulletin; 2) complete prelicensing educational requirements; 3) utilize the appropriate study materials guided by the Oregon Insurance Outline that is part of the Information Bulletin; 4) mail your completed application, required materials, and fees to the Oregon Insurance Division; 5) upon receiving your approval to take the exam, you must schedule your own examination; you have six months to successfully complete the exam. 6) upon passing the exam, you receive your license within about ten days. In addition: you must be contracted with an insurer, firm, or corporation in order to conduct any insurance transactions. You must also have the insurance agency or corporation file a Notice of Affiliation (insurance agency) or a Notice of Appointment (insurance company) within thirty days. The State of Oregon provides a more specific outline (Oregon Licensing Information Bulletin) with all the little details that you may need. The Bulletin and any other information can be obtained from the State of Oregon by calling or writing to: Oregon Insurance Division Agent Licensing 350 Winter NE, Room 440 Salem, OR 973013883 503.947.7981 Answers to questions on the examination process can be obtained by contacting: Experior 1360 Energy Park Drive St. Paul, MN 551085252 Fax: 800.347.9242 TDD User: 800.790.3926 Voice: 800.856.4139
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