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Help for military members and spouses who work in insurance

The Texas Department of Insurance is offering a helping hand to those serving our country. Here are some incentives Texas offers insurance professionals in the military:

Man in military uniform working on a laptop to find a job in insurance. He seems impressed with TDI’s website.
  1. Veterans reimbursed for exam fees

    Veterans can be reimbursed the fees for Texas insurance exams taken on or after February 1, 2019. Veterans who have passed Texas exams can apply to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to get the exam fee reimbursed.

  2. No application fee for a non-resident license

    Military spouses who have an insurance license issued by another state do not have to pay Texas application fees. When they apply for their Texas license, they just need to provide proof of Texas residency, their military identification, and their insurance license from their home state. Their Texas license is good for three years.

  3. Continuing education deadlines extended during active duty

    Military members with an insurance license get a break from education requirements while they’re deployed to a combat area. They just need to provide TDI a copy of their orders.

  4. Insurance exam sites on military bases

    TDI worked with its exam vendor to add insurance exam sites on military bases around the state.

More information about how to get an insurance agent or adjuster license can be found on the TDI website.

 

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For more information, contact: MediaRelations@tdi.texas.gov

Last updated: 7/30/2021