§33-12B-9. Licensing of nonresident adjusters.

     (a) A nonresident applicant for an adjuster license who holds a similar license in his or her home state may be licensed as a nonresident adjuster in this state if the applicant's home state has established, by law or regulation like requirements for the licensing of a resident of this state as a nonresident adjuster.

     (b) As a condition of continuing a nonresident adjuster license, the licensee must maintain a license in his or her home state.

     (c) If a nonresident adjuster desires to become a resident adjuster he or she must apply to become one within ninety days of establishing legal residency in this state.

     (d) If a nonresident adjuster has his or her license suspended, terminated or revoked by his or her home state, the adjuster must immediately notify the commissioner of that action.

     (e) A resident of Canada may be licensed as a nonresident adjuster under this section if that person has obtained a resident or home state adjuster license in another state.