ALASKA Resident Licensing for Individuals

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State Announcements

There are no announcements for Alaska at this time.

Primary Rules (Individual)

Response Question
Yes Accepts initial license for individuals electronically.
Yes Accepts major lines of authority.
Yes Accepts limited lines of authority.
Yes Accepts surplus lines for individuals.
Yes Applicant can add lines of authority (amend) to an existing active license.
Yes Applicant can reinstate/reapply through NIPR's Resident License (RL) Application.
Yes License printing available electronically.

License Printing

To print your license, click the state on NIPR's Producer Licensing Map.

Business Rules (Individual)

Applicant must be eighteen (18) years old or older as determined from the applicant’s date of birth.

Non-citizens of the U.S. must have a resident license for selling insurance in one of the fifty (50) U.S. states.

Applicant must provide a valid business and resident address, which must not be a P.O. box.

Applicant must provide a valid business email address and fax number.

All submitted phone numbers must be exactly 10 digits.

The license will expire on the birth date, odd/even year of birth. If an applicant applies within three (3) months of their expiration date, the license will be issued up to twenty-seven (27) months.

Applicant applying for or already holding the property and casualty lines of authority (LOAs) in Alaska may not also apply for personal lines LOA. Personal lines is already covered by the property and casualty LOAs in Alaska.

Applicants are not allowed to apply for surety LOA if property and casualty LOAs are actively held on Producer Database (PDB). This applies across license classes.

Applicants applying for viatical settlement representative, broker or provider license must hold an active producer license for life, variable annuity and variable life.

All adjusters must have at least six (6) months active working experience within last two (2) years.

Applicant applying for a limited - title license class/LOA combination can only hold a single LOA.

All surplus lines broker applicants must hold an active producer license with property and casualty LOAs.

Applicants licensed as an insurance producer in another state who moves to this state shall make application within ninety (90) days of cancellation of the previous resident license.

Applicants for the variable line of authority must supply FINRA CRD number on application.

Fingerprinting information:

  • Applicants must submit an FBI FD 258 fingerprint card to the Alaska Division of Insurance for the division to conduct a state and national criminal background check. A fingerprint card is only required if the applicant does not hold an active insurance license.
  • The fingerprint card is required for a state and national criminal background check to occur.
  • The Code of Federal Regulations provides a procedure to obtain change, correction, or updating of identification records in 28 CFR 16.34. You may direct any challenge as to the accuracy or completeness of any entry on your record to the FBI, who will then forward your challenge to the agency which submitted the data. Please refer to www.fbi.gov for additional information.

If applicant responds "yes" to one of the background questions please submit supporting documents electronically via NIPR's Attachments Warehouse. The documents may also be submitted to the state via mail, email, or fax.

Applications not completed within four (4) months from the date filed will be considered withdrawn and new application forms and fees will be required pursuant to Alaska Statute 21.27.040(f).

Motor Vehicle Service Contract Provider applicants

A license is required for any person who meets the definition of a motor vehicle service contract provider, which generally will be the business entity (firm) offering the contract. The individual designated as the responsible person (compliance officer) for the firm also will need to be licensed. A provider’s representative who may be selling motor vehicle service contracts on behalf of the provider or who is operating under the firm’s contract to provide motor vehicle services to a service contract holder will not be required at this time to be separately licensed.

Filing Requirements

  • To obtain a license, applicants must use the National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s (NAIC) Uniform Application form. That form may be filed electronically via the National Insurance Producer Registry (nipr.com) or by submitting a paper application. The applicant must be licensed as a resident in any state to apply via NIPR, otherwise, a paper application must be filed. Paper applications may be obtained at http://www.nipr.com/ (Paper Licensing- Resident or Paper Licensing-Nonresident). Individuals filing a paper application should note the class, Motor Vehicle Service Contract Provider under Lines of Authority, Other, on question 28 within the application. Business Entities (Firms) should not complete question 27 within the application but provide written notice identifying what class of license the applicant is seeking.
  • All basic organizational documents, such as articles of incorporation, bylaws, articles or organization, articles of association, operating or partnership agreements must be provided. These cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • A copy of any motor vehicle service contract offered to a resident of this state must be provided. These cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • Financial responsibility must be met by submitting either
    • a copy of the contractual liability policy issued in the applicant’s name; or
    • a copy of the provider’s or the parent company’s most recent annual report filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission within the last calendar year, or if the company does not file with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, a copy of the company’s audited (certified) financial statements, which show a net worth of the provider or its parent company of at least $100,000,000. If the parent company’s annual report or financial statements are filed to meet the provider’s financial stability requirement then the parent company shall agree to guarantee the obligations of the provider relating to motor vehicle service contracts sold by the provider. This cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • If a provider has appointed an administrator or other designee to administer all or part of a motor vehicle service contract, the provider must identify the name and business address of that administrator or designee and must provide a copy of the written agreement with the administrator or designee that sets out the duties, functions, powers, authority, and compensation of all parties to the agreement. This cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • Resident/Nonresident Qualification – To confirm that the applicant has met the minimal competency required to obtain the license, the applicant must:
    • be licensed and in good standing in any state for property/casualty lines of authority for any license class/type; or
    • currently licensed and in good standing in Alaska as an insurance producer or managing general agent for property/casualty authority, or
    • hold an Alaska Certificate of Authority; or
    • if an applicant does not currently have a license or certificate of authority, the applicant may submit for the Director’s consideration a statement and documentation that validates that the applicant has been legally operating as a service contract provider and offering motor vehicle service contracts for a period of not less than 10 years in any state.

    Note: Item (d) cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.

    Fees – there is no application or filing fee at this time.

    Motor Vehicle Service Contract Administrator Registration Requirements

    Registration is required for any person who meets the definition of a motor vehicle service contract administrator, which generally will be a business entity (firm). At this time, firm representatives do not need to be separately registered.

    Filing Requirements

    • To apply for registration, applicants should use the National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s (NAIC) Uniform Application. It may be filed electronically via the National Insurance Producer Registry (nipr.com) or by submitting a paper application. The applicant must be licensed as a resident in any state to apply via NIPR, otherwise, a paper application must be filed. Paper applications may be obtained at http://www.nipr.com/ (Paper Licensing- Resident or Paper Licensing-Nonresident). Individuals filing a paper application should note the class, Motor Vehicle Service Contract Administrator under Lines of Authority, Other, on question 28 within the application. Business Entities (Firms) should not complete question 27 within the application but provide written notice identifying what class of license the applicant is seeking.
    • Statement identifying the name(s) of the provider(s) for whom the person acts as an administrator. This cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
    • Fees – there is no application or filing fee at this time.

    Note that any other form of insurance, such as a consumer credit insurance policy as defined in AS 21.57.160, a third party Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) or Debt Cancellation or Suspension product, pre-paid maintenance, exterior/interior protection, theft protection, or other type of protection not within the definition of a service contract under AS 21.03.021 may not be solicited, sold, or negotiated under the motor vehicle service contract provider license issued under AS 21.61. A separate insurance producer or limited lines credit insurance producer license may be required.


Third-Party Administrator (TPA) Applicant Requirements

All Third Party Administrator applicants must submit or be aware of the following requirements. Documents can be submitted using the mailing address referenced in the State Contact Information section.

  • All basic organizational documents of the Third-Party Administrator, including articles of incorporation, articles of association, partnership agreement, trade name certificate, trust agreement, shareholder agreement and other applicable documents and all endorsements to the required documents.
  • Bylaws, rules, regulations and similar documents regulating the internal affairs of the administrator.
  • The names, mailing addresses, physical addresses, official positions and professional qualifications of persons who are responsible for the conduct of affairs of the Third-Party Administrator, including the members of the board of directors, board of trustees, executive committee or other governing board or committee, the principal officers in the case of a corporation or the partners or members in the case of a partnership or association, shareholders holding directly or indirectly ten (10) percent or more of the voting securities of the Third-Party Administrator and any other person who exercises control or influence over the affairs of the Third-Party Administrator.
  • Certified (audited) financial statements for the prior two (2) years prepared by an independent certified public accountant that establish that the applicant is solvent, that the applicant's system of accounting, internal control and procedure is operating effectively to provide reasonable assurance that money is promptly accounted for and paid to the person entitled to the money. If the applicant submits a consolidated statement, a consolidating worksheet for the applicant must also be included.
  • A statement describing the business plan including information on staffing levels and activities proposed in this state and in other jurisdictions and provide details establishing the Third-Party Administrator's capability for providing a sufficient number of experienced and qualified personnel in the areas of claims handling, underwriting, and record keeping.
  • Identify the key personnel who supervise or have responsibility over personnel performing TPA functions.

Please check Announcements for any last minute notifications about the states to which you are applying.

State Offerings (Individual)

Please note that license class names can vary by state.

License Class Line of Authority (LOA)
Exempt Motor Vehicle Employee Motor Vehicle Rental
Independent Adjuster Property
Independent Adjuster Casualty
Independent Adjuster Life
Independent Adjuster Health
Independent Adjuster Personal Lines
Independent Adjuster Crop
Credit Insurance Limited Producer Credit
Crop Insurance Limited ProducerCrop
Travel Insurance Limited Producer Travel
Bail Bond Limited Producer Bail Bonds
Title Insurance Limited Producer Title
Managing General Agent Life
Managing General Agent Health
Managing General Agent Property
Managing General Agent Casualty
Managing General Agent Variable Annuity
Managing General Agent Variable Life
Managing General Agent Personal Lines
Managing General Agent Miscellaneous
Managing General Agent Credit
Managing General Agent Surety
Motor Vehicle Service Administrator Casualty
Motor Vehicle Service Administrator Property
Motor Vehicle Service Provider Casualty
Motor Vehicle Service Provider Property
Portable Electronics Adjuster Casualty
Portable Electronics Adjuster Property
Portable Electronics Limited Producer Portable Electronics
Producer Life
Producer Health
Producer Property
Producer Casualty
Producer Variable Annuity
Producer Variable Life
Producer Personal Lines
Producer Surety
Producer Miscellaneous
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Health
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Property
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Casualty
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Variable Annuity
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Variable Life
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Personal Lines
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Surety
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Life
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Health
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Property
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Casualty
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Variable Annuity
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Variable Life
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Personal Lines
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Surety
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Life
Surplus Lines Broker Health
Surplus Lines Broker Property
Surplus Lines Broker Casualty
Surplus Lines Broker Workers' Compensation
Third Party Administrator Life
Third Party Administrator Health
Third Party Administrator Variable Annuity
Third Party Administrator Variable Life
Trainee Independent Adjuster Life
Trainee Independent Adjuster Health
Trainee Independent Adjuster Property
Trainee Independent Adjuster Casualty
Trainee Independent Adjuster Personal Lines
Trainee Independent Adjuster Crop
Viatical Settlement Broker Life
Viatical Settlement Broker Health
Viatical Settlement Broker Variable Annuity
Viatical Settlement Broker Variable Life
Viatical Settlement Provider Life
Viatical Settlement Provider Health
Viatical Settlement Provider Variable Annuity
Viatical Settlement Provider Variable Life
Viatical Settlement Representative Life
Viatical Settlement Representative Health
Viatical Settlement Representative Variable Annuity
Viatical Settlement Representative Variable Life

* Applications for Other lines of authority will defer to state for approval.

License Fees (Individual)

Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR transaction fees.

License Class / LOA Combination Fee * Reinstatement Fee **
Crop Insurance Limited Producer / Crop $75.00 $100.00: If less than, or equal to, sixty (60) days past expiration date.

$200.00: If sixty-one (61) days or more past expiration date.
Exempt Motor Vehicle Employee / Motor Vehicle Rental $0.00
Independent Adjuster / All LOAs $75.00
Limited / All LOAs $75.00
Managing General Agent / All LOAs $75.00
Motor Vehicle Service Administrator / All LOAs $0.00
Motor Vehicle Service Provider / All LOAs $0.00
Portable Electronics Adjuster / All LOAs $0.00
Portable Electronics Limited Producer / Portable Electronics $75.00
Producer / All LOAs $75.00
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker / All LOAs $75.00
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager / All LOAs $75.00
Surplus Lines Broker / All LOAs $300.00
Third Party Administrator / All LOAs $300.00
Trainee Independent Adjuster / All LOAs $75.00
Viatical Settlement Broker / All LOAs $100.00
Viatical Settlement Provider / All LOAs $300.00
Viatical Settlement Representative / All LOAs $75.00

* Per application.

** Reinstatement fee is charged in addition to standard renewal fee.

Fingerprint fee of $47.00 will be charged to all license classes unless the transaction is an amendment, then no fee will be charged.  

A $500.00 Revocation Fee will be charged when applicant applies for a license that is revoked. This fee will be charged in addition to standard application fee.

Contacts

Last Update: 3/08/2017

 

ALASKA Resident Licensing for Businesses

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State Announcements

There are no announcements for Alaska at this time.

Primary Rules (Business Entity)

Response Question
Yes Accepts initial license for business entities electronically.
Yes Accepts major lines of authority.
Yes Accepts limited lines of authority.
Yes Accepts surplus lines for business entities.
Yes Applicant can add lines of authority (amend) to an existing active license.
Yes Applicant can reinstate/reapply through NIPR's Resident License (RL) Application.
Yes License printing available electronically.

License Printing

To print your license, click the state on NIPR's Producer Licensing Map.

Business Rules (Business Entity)

Non-citizens of the U.S. must have a resident license for selling insurance in one of the fifty (50) U.S. states.

Applicant must provide a vaild business and resident address, which must not be a P.O. box.

Applicant must submit a valid business email address and fax number.

All submitted phone numbers must be exactly 10 digits.

The license expiration date is two (2) years from initial date of licensure.

At least one Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP) must be provided on application and have an active resident or non-resident license in Alaska.

Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP) must cumulatively cover the lines of authority (LOAs) requested on the application. To be valid LOAs, DRLP LOAs must be active and be associated with the same license class as the applicant license class.

Applicant applying for or already holding the property and casualty lines of authority (LOAs) in Alaska may not also apply for personal lines LOA. Personal lines is already covered by the property and casualty LOAs in Alaska.

Applicants are not allowed to apply for surety LOA if property and casualty LOAs are actively held on PDB. This applies across license classes.

Applicants applying for viatical settlement representative, broker or provider license must hold an active producer license for life, variable annuity and variable life.

All adjusters must have at least six (6) months active working experience within last two (2) years.

Applicant applying for a limited - title license class/line of authority (LOA) combination can only hold a single LOA.

Applicants licensed as an insurance producer in another state who moves to this state shall make application within ninety (90) days of cancellation of the previous resident license.

All surplus lines broker applicants must hold an active producer license with property and casualty LOAs.

Applicants for the variable line of authority must supply FINRA CRD number on application.

Fingerprinting information:

  • Applicants must submit an FBI FD 258 fingerprint card to the Alaska Division of Insurance for the division to conduct a state and national criminal background check. A fingerprint card is only required if the applicant does not hold an active insurance license.
  • The fingerprint card is required for a state and national criminal background check to occur.
  • The Code of Federal Regulations provides a procedure to obtain change, correction, or updating of identification records in 28 CFR 16.34. You may direct any challenge as to the accuracy or completeness of any entry on your record to the FBI, who will then forward your challenge to the agency which submitted the data. Please refer to www.fbi.gov for additional information.

If applicant responds "yes" to one of the background questions please submit supporting documents electronically via NIPR's Attachments Warehouse. The documents may also be submitted to the state via mail, email, or fax.

Applications not completed within four (4) months from the date filed will be considered withdrawn and new application forms and fees will be required pursuant to Alaska Statute 21.27.040(f).

Motor Vehicle Service Contract Provider applicants

A license is required for any person who meets the definition of a motor vehicle service contract provider, which generally will be the business entity (firm) offering the contract. The individual designated as the responsible person (compliance officer) for the firm also will need to be licensed. A provider’s representative who may be selling motor vehicle service contracts on behalf of the provider or who is operating under the firm’s contract to provide motor vehicle services to a service contract holder will not be required at this time to be separately licensed.

Filing Requirements

  • To obtain a license, applicants must use the National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s (NAIC) Uniform Application form. That form may be filed electronically via the National Insurance Producer Registry (nipr.com) or by submitting a paper application. The applicant must be licensed as a resident in any state to apply via NIPR, otherwise, a paper application must be filed. Paper applications may be obtained at http://www.nipr.com/ (Paper Licensing- Resident or Paper Licensing-Nonresident). Individuals filing a paper application should note the class, Motor Vehicle Service Contract Provider under Lines of Authority, Other, on question 28 within the application. Business Entities (Firms) should not complete question 27 within the application but provide written notice identifying what class of license the applicant is seeking.
  • All basic organizational documents, such as articles of incorporation, bylaws, articles or organization, articles of association, operating or partnership agreements must be provided. These cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • A copy of any motor vehicle service contract offered to a resident of this state must be provided. These cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • Financial responsibility must be met by submitting either
    • a copy of the contractual liability policy issued in the applicant’s name; or
    • a copy of the provider’s or the parent company’s most recent annual report filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission within the last calendar year, or if the company does not file with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, a copy of the company’s audited (certified) financial statements, which show a net worth of the provider or its parent company of at least $100,000,000. If the parent company’s annual report or financial statements are filed to meet the provider’s financial stability requirement then the parent company shall agree to guarantee the obligations of the provider relating to motor vehicle service contracts sold by the provider. This cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • If a provider has appointed an administrator or other designee to administer all or part of a motor vehicle service contract, the provider must identify the name and business address of that administrator or designee and must provide a copy of the written agreement with the administrator or designee that sets out the duties, functions, powers, authority, and compensation of all parties to the agreement. This cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
  • Resident/Nonresident Qualification – To confirm that the applicant has met the minimal competency required to obtain the license, the applicant must:
    • be licensed and in good standing in any state for property/casualty lines of authority for any license class/type; or
    • currently licensed and in good standing in Alaska as an insurance producer or managing general agent for property/casualty authority, or
    • hold an Alaska Certificate of Authority; or
    • if an applicant does not currently have a license or certificate of authority, the applicant may submit for the Director’s consideration a statement and documentation that validates that the applicant has been legally operating as a service contract provider and offering motor vehicle service contracts for a period of not less than 10 years in any state.

    Note: Item (d) cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.

    Fees – there is no application or filing fee at this time.

    Motor Vehicle Service Contract Administrator Registration Requirements

    Registration is required for any person who meets the definition of a motor vehicle service contract administrator, which generally will be a business entity (firm). At this time, firm representatives do not need to be separately registered.

    Filing Requirements

    • To apply for registration, applicants should use the National Association of Insurance Commissioner’s (NAIC) Uniform Application. It may be filed electronically via the National Insurance Producer Registry (nipr.com) or by submitting a paper application. The applicant must be licensed as a resident in any state to apply via NIPR, otherwise, a paper application must be filed. Paper applications may be obtained at http://www.nipr.com/ (Paper Licensing- Resident or Paper Licensing-Nonresident). Individuals filing a paper application should note the class, Motor Vehicle Service Contract Administrator under Lines of Authority, Other, on question 28 within the application. Business Entities (Firms) should not complete question 27 within the application but provide written notice identifying what class of license the applicant is seeking.
    • Statement identifying the name(s) of the provider(s) for whom the person acts as an administrator. This cannot be filed in NIPR’s Attachment Warehouse and must be submitted separately to our office.
    • Fees – there is no application or filing fee at this time.

    Note that any other form of insurance, such as a consumer credit insurance policy as defined in AS 21.57.160, a third party Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) or Debt Cancellation or Suspension product, pre-paid maintenance, exterior/interior protection, theft protection, or other type of protection not within the definition of a service contract under AS 21.03.021 may not be solicited, sold, or negotiated under the motor vehicle service contract provider license issued under AS 21.61. A separate insurance producer or limited lines credit insurance producer license may be required.


Third-Party Administrator (TPA) Applicant Requirements

All Third Party Administrator applicants must submit or be aware of the following requirements. Documents can be submitted using the mailing address referenced in the State Contact Information section.

  • All basic organizational documents of the Third-Party Administrator, including articles of incorporation, articles of association, partnership agreement, trade name certificate, trust agreement, shareholder agreement and other applicable documents and all endorsements to the required documents.
  • Bylaws, rules, regulations and similar documents regulating the internal affairs of the administrator.
  • The names, mailing addresses, physical addresses, official positions and professional qualifications of persons who are responsible for the conduct of affairs of the Third-Party Administrator, including the members of the board of directors, board of trustees, executive committee or other governing board or committee, the principal officers in the case of a corporation or the partners or members in the case of a partnership or association, shareholders holding directly or indirectly ten (10) percent or more of the voting securities of the Third-Party Administrator and any other person who exercises control or influence over the affairs of the Third-Party Administrator.
  • Certified (audited) financial statements for the prior two (2) years prepared by an independent certified public accountant that establish that the applicant is solvent, that the applicant's system of accounting, internal control and procedure is operating effectively to provide reasonable assurance that money is promptly accounted for and paid to the person entitled to the money. If the applicant submits a consolidated statement, a consolidating worksheet for the applicant must also be included.
  • A statement describing the business plan including information on staffing levels and activities proposed in this state and in other jurisdictions and provide details establishing the Third-Party Administrator's capability for providing a sufficient number of experienced and qualified personnel in the areas of claims handling, underwriting, and record keeping.
  • Identify the key personnel who supervise or have responsibility over personnel performing TPA functions.

State Offerings (Business Entity)

License Class Line of Authority (LOA) DRLP Required
Independent Adjuster Property Yes
Independent Adjuster Casualty Yes
Independent Adjuster Life Yes
Independent Adjuster Health Yes
Independent Adjuster Personal Lines Yes
Independent Adjuster Crop Yes
Credit Insurance Limited Producer Credit Yes
Crop Insurance Limited ProducerCropYes
Travel Insurance Limited Producer Travel Yes
Bail Bond Limited Producer Bail Bonds Yes
Title Insurance Limited Producer Title Yes
Managing General Agent Life Yes
Managing General Agent Health Yes
Managing General Agent Property Yes
Managing General Agent Casualty Yes
Managing General Agent Variable Annuity Yes
Managing General Agent Variable Life Yes
Managing General Agent Personal Line Yes
Managing General Agent Miscellaneous Yes
Managing General Agent Credit Yes
Managing General Agent Surety Yes
Motor Vehicle Service Administrator Casualty Yes
Motor Vehicle Service Administrator Property Yes
Motor Vehicle Service Provider Casualty Yes
Motor Vehicle Service Provider Property Yes
Portable Electronics Adjuster Casualty Yes
Portable Electronics Adjuster Property Yes
Portable Electronics Limited Producer Portable Electronics Yes
Producer Life Yes
Producer Health Yes
Producer Property Yes
Producer Casualty Yes
Producer Variable Annuity Yes
Producer Variable Life Yes
Producer Personal Lines Yes
Producer Miscellaneous Yes
Producer Surety Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Property Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Casualty Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Variable Annuity Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Variable Life Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Personal Lines Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Surety Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Life Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Health Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Property Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Casualty Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Variable Annuity Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Variable Life Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Personal Lines Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager Surety Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Life Yes
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker Health Yes
Surplus Lines Broker Health Yes
Surplus Lines Broker Property Yes
Surplus Lines Broker Casualty Yes
Surplus Lines Broker Workers' Compensation Yes
Third Party Administrator Life Yes
Third Party Administrator Health Yes
Third Party Administrator Variable Annuity Yes
Third Party Administrator Variable Life Yes
Viatical Settlement Broker Life Yes
Viatical Settlement Broker Health Yes
Viatical Settlement Broker Variable Annuity Yes
Viatical Settlement Broker Variable Life Yes
Viatical Settlement Provider Life Yes
Viatical Settlement Provider Health Yes
Viatical Settlement Provider Variable Annuity Yes
Viatical Settlement Provider Variable Life Yes
Viatical Settlement Representative Life Yes
Viatical Settlement Representative Health Yes
Viatical Settlement Representative Variable Annuity Yes
Viatical Settlement Representative Variable Life Yes

* Applications for Other lines of authority will defer to state for approval.

License Fees (Business Entity)

Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR transaction fees.

License Class / LOA Combination Fee * Reinstatement Fee **
Crop Insurance Limited Producer / Crop $75.00 $100.00: If less than, or equal to, sixty (60) days past expiration date.

$200.00: If sixty-one (61) days or more past expiration date.
Exempt Motor Vehicle Employee / Motor Vehicle Rental $0.00
Independent Adjuster / All LOAs $75.00
Limited / All LOAs $75.00
Managing General Agent / All LOAs $75.00
Motor Vehicle Service Administrator / All LOAs $0.00
Motor Vehicle Service Provider / All LOAs $0.00
Portable Electronics Adjuster / All LOAs $0.00
Portable Electronics Limited Producer / Portable Electronics $75.00
Producer / All LOAs $75.00
Reinsurance Intermediary Broker / All LOAs $75.00
Reinsurance Intermediary Manager / All LOAs $75.00
Surplus Lines Broker / All LOAs $300.00
Third Party Administrator / All LOAs $300.00
Viatical Settlement Broker / All LOAs $100.00
Viatical Settlement Provider / All LOAs $300.00
Viatical Settlement Representative / All LOAs $75.00

* Per application.

** Reinstatement fee is charged in addition to standard renewal fee.

No amendment fee.

A $500.00 Revocation Fee will be charged when applicant applies for a license that is revoked. This fee will be charged in addition to standard application fee.

Contacts

Last Update: 3/08/2017

APPLY HERE