Life (Temporary) Agent License
TYPE AND CLASS:
T2-14 Life (Temporary) Agent License
Florida Statutes 626.175 allows for a Temporary Life agent license and defines a Temporary Life agent as an individual that represents an
ordinary-combination class insurer. Applicant must be an executor or
administrator of the estate of a deceased person who at the time of
death was licensed and appointed as a life agent or a surviving next
of kin of such a deceased person, if no administrator or executor
had been appointed and qualified; however, any license and
appointment under this paragraph shall be cancelled upon the issue
of a license to an executor or administrator.
- Complete an online application for License and submit
Apply for license
- Be a natural person at least 18 years of age.
- Be a resident of the state of Florida.
- Be a United States citizen or legal alien who possesses a
work authorization from the United States Immigration and
- Not be an employee of the United States Department of
Veterans Affairs or state service office, as referred to in
Section 626.833, Florida Statutes.
- You must be fingerprinted. [Click here and follow the instructions]
- If licensed in another state within three years, provide a
Letter of Clearance.
- Florida Statutes 626.175(1)(d) states that an
applicant may only be appointed by the insurance companies last
represented by the agent being replaced. However, if the
insurance company withdraws from the agency, a similar insurer
may appoint the applicant.
- Only one temporary license may be issued per lifetime.
- The temporary license is valid for six (6) months only.
However, if the individual passes the license examination, the
temporary license and appointment will be terminated.