How do I transfer from a nonresident license to a resident license in South Carolina?
The license will need to be canceled in the previous home state. After the license is canceled, mail a completed application to South Carolina along with a $40 license fee.

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1. What is your mailing address?
2. What is your physical address for personal or overnight delivery?
3. To whom do I make my check payable?
4. What is your fax number?
5. What is your email address?
6. What is the turn-around time for paperwork submitted to the Department?
7. How can I expedite the processing of my application?
8. Why can't I bring my money and application to the Department and receive my license on the spot?
9. How do I find my entity license number?
10. How can I obtain a copy of my license?
11. How do I change my address?
12. My userID and password for my online account has expired. How can I have my userID and password reset?
13. I forgot my userID and password for my online account. How can I have my userID and password reset?
14. How do I change the name of the entity with the Department?
15. How much are the license fees?
16. When do the licenses renew?
17. How do I cancel my South Carolina license?
18. How do I request a Letter of Certification?
19. How do I request a Letter of Clearance?
20. What are the basic requirements for obtaining a resident entity license in South Carolina?
21. What are the basic requirements for obtaining a nonresident entity license in South Carolina?
22. How do I add a new line of authority to an existing license?
23. How do I transfer from resident to nonresident in South Carolina?
24. How do I transfer from a nonresident license to a resident license in South Carolina?
25. May I send a completed application by fax?
26. Are appointments required in South Carolina?
27. Where may I find licensing forms?
28. How can I verify my license status?
29. May an agency pay a finder's fee or referral fee to an unlicensed individual?
30. How can I obtain a copy of an entity file?
31. How many affiliated or designated responsible producers are required to maintain a business entity license?