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Every state has a slightly different procedure to apply for an insurance license.

They all will want work and residency history along with any past administrative actions.

Please answer the questions to the best of your knowledge.

If you are not sure whether or not to disclose, then just disclose it.  If you don't and the background check finds a previous incident, it will look like concealment.  They may or may not give you an opportunity to clear it up.  They may deny your application.  Remember that the application fees are non-refundable.

Request assistance from your company on the application process or go to NAIC.org and look up your state guidelines.
In California:

Note: You will need your identification number when you fill out the application
The identification number consists of the applicant's last four digits of his or her social security number (e.g., 7777), followed by the two-digit birth month (e.g., 01), followed by the two-digit birth day (e.g., 02), and finally, the four-digit birth year (e.g., 1963). In this example, the 12-digit identification number would be 777701021963. The online application service will only allow the application to be submitted if the identification number is correct and you passed your license examination.

Source:  Department of Insurance website (last updated 12/20/2014)

Regarding your online application:

Please answer the questions fully to the best of your ability.

Example: Any administrative action must be disclosed, including, but not limited to; expunged records.

You must wait at least one day after passing your exam to apply

For Insurance licenses, the application fee is $170.00 per license

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