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  354.240.  Nonresident may be licensed — examination waived, when. — 1.  A person not a legal resident of this state may be licensed to act in this state as an enrollment representative upon compliance with the provisions of this chapter provided that the state in which the person resides will accord the same privilege to a resident of this state.  The director is authorized to enter into reciprocal agreements with the appropriate official of any other state waiving the written examination of any applicant residing in the other state; provided, the director deems the applicant fully qualified and competent; and

  (1)  That a written examination is required of applicants for similar licenses in the other state; and

  (2)  That the appropriate official in that state certifies that the applicant holds a currently valid license of similar type in that state and either passed a written examination or was the holder of such license prior to the time a written examination was required.

  2.  In the event that the applicant is a resident of a state which does not require a written examination, then the director shall subject him to a written examination under terms and conditions to be prescribed by the director of the department of commerce and insurance.

  3.  In the event that the applicant is a resident of another state in which the appropriate insurance official, as a general policy, has refused to permit legal residents of Missouri to become licensed as enrollment representatives and to transact the business of a health services corporation in such state, then the director shall not license any applicant from that state.


(L. 1983 H.B. 127)

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