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FAQ: How do I get my AL license if I'm not an AL resident?

How do I get my AL license if I'm not an AL resident?

Alabama requires any applicants to be United States residents. You’ll follow the same process as in-state applicants. For your fingerprint processing, request printed cards that you will mail to the state’s background check processor.

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Does AL offer reciprocity with other states?

Active license holders in other states can receive a reciprocal license by submitting a reciprocal salesperson license application and meeting some additional education requirements.

How can I get my AL license through reciprocity?

Alabama requires reciprocal license applicants to take a 6-hour course in Alabama real estate law, pass the Alabama portion of the exam, and submit an official “Certificate of Licensure” from the state you currently hold the license.

How can I get my AL license if I'm licensed in another state?

Follow the reciprocal license guidelines to receive your Alabama license. The AREC recommends you thoroughly read Section 34‐27‐32(b)(1) and Rule 790-X-1-.18 as they pertain to out-of-state licensees.

How do I get my AL license if I'm not an AL resident?

Alabama requires any applicants to be United States residents. You’ll follow the same process as in-state applicants. For your fingerprint processing, request printed cards that you will mail to the state’s background check processor.

Do I need to take the AL state exam if I’m a licensed in another state

Yes, Alabama requires reciprocal applicants to take the state-specific examination even if you seek out-of-state license recognition.

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