It is complicated to get an insurance license once you have done a crime. But in case you satisfy the requirements in your state department and the court gives you the chance to get your license, then it is possible.
I was told by Bankers life and Casualty insurance company that if you have a Felony, Michigan will not issue a license to sell life insurance to you.
There are different types of insurance licenses and criteria vary by type. In some instances those with a felony cannot obtain a license and in other cases felony charges are not an issue.
None, that I am aware of.
can I get licened to sell insurance in ky with a felony conviction in oh 19 years ago
AnswerDepends on what the felony was for...if it was for some type of fraud or embezzlement, forget it. If it was for something else, there's a chance and depends on the state where you live.Please provide more information on the felony. Which state are you from? You can contact your state's insurance license department and check if they will let you take the insurance license exam.
Pretty much yes, that would exclude you from being approved for an insurance license
Typically, any auto insurance will require the existence of a valid license.
Yes. You need a drivers license and insurance.
You may be able to get a license, depending on the state you reside in. The main concern for an insurance license is financial crimes. So if you have embezzled money for example, you chance of getting an insurance license anywhere is very low.
California law allows for the insurance department to deny your license application if you have a felony. That doesn't necessarily mean that you cannot get licensed. You definitely do not want to lie about it on your application to the state, as that can get you into some serious legal trouble.
Most U.S. states prohibit a felon from obtaining an insurance license as well as most other professional licenses.