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Change of Address? What you need to know.

Christy Gass
Licensing & Contracting

Moving your home or office can be overwhelming with the thousands of details that need to be done. While you are unpacking and trying to get things setup, you should remember to notify 2 entities.

First, you will need to notify your change of address, business or residential, with every state where you are licensed. This must be completed within 30 days of your move or you could receive a fine from each state not notified by the due date.

You will need to let First Heartland know as well. While we don’t contact the states to update your address, we can help alert all your appointment carriers so you don’t have to worry about your communications, commission information, or policy information being sent to the wrong address.

When you let First Heartland know that your address, e-mail address, or phone number have changed, we will do a couple things. First we will update our systems to make sure that everyone in the office starts using your new information right away. Then, we will alert the carriers on your behalf to update their files as well.

You can e-mail or fax your changed information to the Licensing Team and we will handle the rest. We need to have the change in writing directly from you, the agent.

As always, please contact Licensing with any questions or address changes and we will be happy to help make your move less hectic.


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