Trying to get my life insurance license in the state of New York
Arrears can block acquisition of any license. I suggest to my father clients to take up work in areas that do not require a license. That saves so much hassle.
I know an insurance license issued by New York is subject to suspension if the person owes four months or more of arrears. I believe it might also prevent someone from being issued a license. I suggest you check with the NYS Depart of Insurance and/or the NYS of State's office.
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You will have to disclose this information. Persons four (4) months in arrears in child support or who have failed to comply with a summons, subpoena, or warrant relating to paternity or child support proceeding may be subject to suspension of their business/professional license.
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