Originally Posted by TheSalesWolf
There's a loophole for Assurant without being licensed in that state. However, it's only a loophole and legally you need to be licensed in the state that your customer resides.
To expand on that. If you take the application over the phone, at the end of the online "ease" process, there's a line that says something like "state where application is taken" so many many agents and agencies, click the home state, your resident license.
This way they're good to go.
This has become a widely accepted practice and Assurant is not nearly as tight as GR/UHC so you won't go down in flames.
if you need assistance, I'm licensed there if that helps.