If the person applying is doing any business under their name, they would use it as an individual. If the applicant is applying but has any partnership, the individual must be submitted by an individual qualifying agent for such a business organization. At that point, the license will be issued to the personal qualifying agent and the affiliated business. This license does not work for the person if they try to do work for another company. If you leave the company that the license was issued with, they must apply for a new license.
To obtain a state contractor's license for the state of Georgia, you must have education, work experience, or both before they apply for a License. The list below shows the requirements.
Individuals who have the necessary work and education need to apply to take the contractor's exam individuals have two application of there own choices to fill out
Qualifying agents for general contracting business have two application of there choice to fill out
My question is: if I leave the company that is qualified under my license, will I be able to keep my license and use it for another company by just going through the application process again to qualify the new company, or, will I have to test again?
If you decide to leave the business that you are currently qualifying, you will be able to keep your license. Keep in mind that you can still qualify more than one business at a time. To qualify another business, all you will have to do is another application, you will not need to re-test.