Here are some comments from an article on PropertyCasualty360.com that I believe to be related to a national adjuster license.
"Adjuster License Confusion
One problem in discussing adjuster licenses is that it would require an entire textbook to explain all the variations on state rules. For states requiring a license, it may be just a revenue factor. Pay your fee every two years and you’re in. (Georgia, North Carolina, New Mexico and West Virginia licenses are only for one year.) Others have established a massive list of requirements, from exams or years of supervised experience to required continuing education. There are different licenses for company adjusters than for independent adjusters, and different licenses for claims administration representatives, depending on what type of claims they handle, and still different licenses for public adjusters. Those handling National Flood Insurance Program claims have yet other rules.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has a suggested model licensing law, but few states use it, preferring to let the politicians in the state legislature make their own rules. And where rules get complicated is in the area of reciprocity: some states allow just about any licensed adjuster in, while others quibble over accepting certain designated home state criteria. In some, filing is electronic, in others a paper application suffices. What is true today may change tomorrow. In short, one size does not fit all."
Credit: The comments above come from an titled "Adjuster Licensing and Professionalism" posted on PropertyCasualty360.com 7/30/2014 click here to read the article.