The Texas Department of Insurance has issued changes regarding the requirements to obtain the Texas All-lines license. These changes are in effect and are outlined in the Texas Insurance Code for your review in Section 4.A and 4.B.
In summary, if you are residing in a state that requires a resident adjusting license, after you receive your pre-license certificate for the Texas All-lines license, you are required to obtain your resident state's adjusting license. After you have successfully completed the exam for your resident state's license, you will mail the pre-license certificate along with all required information to receive your physical copy of the Texas All-lines license.
If you reside in a non-licensing state, this change does not affect you. You will reserve the ability to test for the designated home state Texas All-lines license.
If you would like additional information, please visit the Texas Department of Insurance website.