Attachments Warehouse
Background Questions Supporting Documentation (BQSD)
Reporting of Actions (ROA)

The Attachments Warehouse is a secure regulatory database which electronically receives, stores and shares licensing documents that are submitted by producers or authorized submitters for review by the appropriate state insurance departments. Producers may meet the states filing requirements for licensing or reporting of actions if the state is participating in the appropriate product by submitting electronic document files. See links to participating states at the end of this screen for Background Questions Supporting Documentation (BQSD) and Reporting of Actions (ROA).

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Background Questions Supporting Documentation (BQSD)

Document files may be uploaded in this product for state review in response to a "yes" answer to one or more of the background questions in a Uniform Application when that application is pended. A document file only needs to be identified once to a specific Application Type and Background Question Number. (Application Types: Resident License, Resident License Renewals, Non-Resident License or Non-Resident Renewals).

State rules may specify whether documents are required for a specific Application type/Background Question Number. States will automatically be notified of document files already in the Attachments Warehouse for the Application Type/Background Question Number with "Yes" answers at the time of application completion. A State with a pending application for the Application Type/Background Question will be notified when a producer adds a new document file for any background question with a yes answer. Click on a link for more information.

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Reporting of Actions (ROA)

Document files may be entered in this product to meet notice requirements for administrative, civil and criminal actions pursuant to states laws which identifies the duty of the producer to report the action and provide documentation within thirty (30 days), consistent with the language found in the NAIC Producer Licensing Model Act Section 17. A notice is sent to the states that are participating in Reporting of Actions in which the producer has an active license when a new Reporting of Action is added or when new documents are added.

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