How can you become a non-resident Florida adjuster?

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In order to become a non-resident Florida claims adjuster an applicant must:

1. Be at least 18 years old;
2. Hold an adjuster license in the applicant's home state (if the home state requires licensing); OR
3. Come from a state that does not require adjuster licensing;
4. Have a clean criminal record (no felonies); and
5. Qualify by reciprocity, or
6. By taking and passing the FL state licensing exam, or
7. By taking one of the Designations that excuses the applicant from the state test (the Accredited Claims Adjuster Designation offered by the University of Central Florida)
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