An applicant may not apply electronically if a resident license was held in another state within the past ninety (90) days.
Applicant must provide a residence and/or business address in the state.
Applicant must not a have an active non-resident license in the state.
Applicant applying for line of authority (LOA) of life, variable contracts must hold active resident life line of authority (LOA) or be applying for life line of authority (LOA).
Resident surplus lines producers must hold an active producer license with active property and casualty lines of authority (LOA).
Non-citizens must submit work authorization.
Producer applicant will be allowed to late-renew license electronically for up to one year past license expiration date. After one year the applicant may reinstate through the initial licensing application.
Surplus lines applicant can reapply for their license starting the day after the expiration date. Note: exam requirements and all initial licensing requirements apply for surplus lines reinstatement transactions.
Missouri application fees are non-refundable. Avoid these common errors, which result in non-refundable payment of fees.
Applicant marked the incorrect line of authority (LOA) when completing the application.
Applicant applied for an agency license that was already held by the agency.
Applicant completed two (2) identical applications.
Applicant applied for a license they are not required to hold.
Applicant applied for a license they were not qualified to hold.
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.