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31.03.17.00.htm 31.03.17.00. Title 31 MARYLAND INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION Subtitle 03 INSURANCE PRODUCERS AND OTHER INSURANCE PROFESSIONALS Chapter 17 Consolidated Services Center ― SHOP Exchange Enrollment Permits Authority: Insurance Article, §2-109 and 31-113.1, Annotated Code of Maryland
31.03.17.01.htm 31.03.17.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of this chapter is to establish certain requirements that shall be satisfied in order to qualify for a SHOP Exchange enrollment permit.
31.03.17.02.htm 31.03.17.02. 02 Applicability.. This chapter applies to any employee of the Consolidated Services Center seeking to provide the services set forth in Insurance Article, §31-112(c)1) Annotated Code of Maryland.
31.03.17.03.htm 31.03.17.03. 03 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meaning indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Administration” means the Maryland Insurance Administration.. 2) “Applicant” means a person who is applying for a SHOP Exchange enrollment permit.. 3) “Application” means a written request for a permit in a form approved by the Commissioner.. 4) “Commissioner” means the Maryland Insurance Commissioner.. 5) “Consolidated Services Center” has the meaning
31.03.17.04.htm 31.03.17.04. 04 Permit Requirements.. A. Before an employee of the Consolidated Services Center may provide the services set forth in Insurance Article, §31-112(c)1) Annotated Code of Maryland, the person shall obtain a permit issued by the Commissioner.B. To qualify for a permit, an applicant shall:. 1) Be at least 18 years of age;. 2) Successfully complete the training program;. 3) Complete and pass both sections of the examination;. 4) Submit an application and any additional inform
31.03.17.05.htm 31.03.17.05. 05 Examination.. A. For an applicant to qualify to take the examination, the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange, or its designee, must submit evidence of the applicant’s successful completion of the training program to the Commissioner.B. The examination shall be the same examination administered by the Commissioner to those individuals seeking a SHOP Exchange Navigator License.C. An applicant who fails a single section of the examination may retake the failed section of the e
31.03.17.06.htm 31.03.17.06. 06 Changes to Information in the Application.. A. Within 30 days after a change to any information in an initial or renewal application, a permit holder shall file with the Commissioner, in a form required by the Commissioner, the change in information.B. If a permit holder fails to timely file with the Commissioner a change to the information specified in §A of this regulation, the permit holder is in violation of Insurance Article, §31-112(e)1)i) Annotated Code of Maryland.
31.03.17.07.htm 31.03.17.07. 07 Permit Term.. A. An initial permit expires on the last day of the permit holder’s birth month following the second anniversary of the effective date of the initial permit.B. A renewal permit expires on the second anniversary of its effective date..
31.03.17.08.htm 31.03.17.08. 08 Permit Renewal.. A. To qualify to renew a permit, a permit holder shall:. 1) Submit to the Commissioner a renewal application approved by the Commissioner;. 2) Pay a permit renewal fee if permitted by law;. 3) Submit to the Commissioner any additional information the Commissioner deems necessary;. 4) Complete the continuing education requirements as set forth in §A(7) of this regulation;. 5) Be of good character and trustworthy;. 6) Not have committed any act the Commissioner fin
31.03.17.09.htm 31.03.17.09. 09 Expired Permit Reinstatement.. A. An individual whose permit has expired:. 1) Is prohibited from providing the services set forth in the Insurance Article, §31-112(c)1) Annotated Code of Maryland; and2) For up to 1 year after the expiration date of the permit, may obtain reinstatement of the expired permit by:a) Submitting to the Commissioner a reinstatement application approved by the Commissioner;. b) Meeting all of the renewal requirements under Regulation .08A―B(1) (2) a
31.03.17.9999.htm 31.03.17.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01―09 adopted as an emergency provision effective September 19, 2013 (40:21 Md. R. 1772) adopted permanently effective November 11, 2013 (40:22 Md. R. 1878)
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