Urgent Hawaii Processing Message: Hawaii license reactivations, for licenses that have been inactive for two years or less through NIPR, are currently delayed until further notice.
Alabama: License numbers will no longer include the beginning alpha character or any leading zeros. Example: "A012345" will be "12345" or "A001234" will be "1234".
Connecticut Applicants: The State of Connecticut Insurance Department is pleased to announce that licensees will now have the ability to print their own licenses free of charge. We will no longer mail hard copies of licenses, effective December 1, 2010.
The Print-A-License option may be found under “Verify a License” on our website at http://www.catalog.state.ct.us/cid/CLIC/VerifyLicense.aspx
Please contact the Licensing Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Delaware Renewal Applicants: DE license numbers are 7 digits. If you received a renewal notice with a license number that has only 6 digits, please add a 0 to the beginning of your license number when signing in to renew your license.
Illinois Navigator Certificate License Class: Illinois DOI requires proof that the Navigator Federal Training was taken before issuing a Navigator license. Please scan and email a copy of the transaction receipt with the resident license transaction number on it and a copy of the certificate of completion of the entire federal training provided at the end of the online training course to the Illinois Department of Insurance. This step is necessary in order to confirm applicant completion of the federal training program. Please submit Documentation by fax to the IL DOI at 217-557-8455 or by email to DOI.Licensing@illinois.gov .
Kansas Applicants: Please be advised the Resident Licensing and Renewal applications are currently open for Excess Lines only.
Maryland Residents: When entering license number on NIPR applications, please do not include the prefix/Alpha characters (example RPI)or the leading zeros. Here is example 9998989 of what it should look like.
Michigan: Michigan license numbers for individuals will be the same as the National Producer Numbers (NPNs), which can be found by visiting https://pdb.nipr.com/html/PacNpnSearch.html.
Business Entity License Numbers will be the Michigan state-specific System ID number. To look up the Michigan state-specific System ID, use the Insurance Agency Locator found at: http://www.michigan.gov/difs/0,5269,7-303-13251_13262---,00.html
Michigan: Adjuster, Solicitor, and Counselor applicants may no longer renew through the NIPR website. These applicants should visit the state’s website for information. Michigan Surplus Lines applicants may continue to renew through NIPR.
Mississippi adjuster licenses: All adjuster licenses expire May 31st of each year, regardless of the application date. No license can be issued for more than a 12-month period.
Nebraska Applicants: Nebraska no longer mails licenses to Insurance Producers. Licensees can print their own licenses via www.statebasedsystems.com. Nebraska license numbers for individuals will be the same as the National Producer Numbers (NPNs), which can be found by visiting https://pdb.nipr.com/html/PacNpnSearch.html.
New Jersey Applicants: New Jersey no longer mails licenses to Insurance Producers and Public Adjusters. Licensees can print their own licenses via www.statebasedsystems.com
New Mexico: Staff Adjusters and Individual Adjusters will not renew online this year. New Mexico will be sending out paper applications for all adjuster renewals.
North Carolina Business Entities: For the North Carolina resident business entities renewals – the business entity license number is the FEIN number entered without dashes.
North Carolina Resident Producers: North Carolina uses your national producer number (NPN)as your license number. You may be required to provide your NPN to perform electronic processes through NIPR based on this transition and other states' business rules. If you do not know your NPN, you may access this information at the following link: https://pdb.nipr.com/html/PacNpnSearch.html
North Carolina Renewals: If you are applying to renew a NC resident license for an individual, the license number and NPN are identical (do not use leading zeros on the license number). If you are applying to renew a license for a business entity, use the Federal ID (FEIN) number without the dash.
Some adjuster renewals may not be available due to technical difficulties. This issue will be resolved on March 14, 2014.
Ohio Applicants: Continuing education (CE) credits, if required, must be completed before a renewal application is submitted. Renewal applications cannot be processed by the Department until education requirements are complete. Click here to view your CE Transcript.
To obtain a printed copy of your license, after your application is processed, please visit the Department’s website at www.insurance.ohio.gov and click on the “Print My License” button. There is no charge to print your license.
South Carolina Agency Late Renewal Applicants: All agency late renewals must be completed by paper application. The late renewal application is located on the South Carolina DOI website http://doi.sc.gov.
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To successfully participate in electronic resident licensing you must:
You can search for your national producer number using the hyperlink next to the NPN field.