Non Resident insurance license
You will need a non resident insurance license if you want to sell insurance products in states other than your resident state. The process to get one is very simple. There are no additional testing requirements and you only need to keep up your CE in your resident state. The only thin you need to do is navigate the NIPR website and pay money.
How to apply for a non resident insurance license:
You can go to the National Insurance Producers Registry to get the non resident license NIPR;
Once you are on their site, simply click on the, licensing center. Click on the option to “apply for a license. Then choose “non resident license” and you will be able to quickly apply from there.
Please note; You will have a transaction fee to pay (about $6.00) and of course, any state licensing application fee for each state you apply in. Sorry, but they want your money. The fee for each state will be different. Some are very low ($40 for example) while others seem to think it is a lot more work to get you licensed. Some states can be as high as $250.
Electronic application process through NIPR
Getting all the info on how much each state cost and the process to get the license is available using the link below.
Information you will need in order to apply for a non resident license:
- You will need your NPN number and/or your insurance license number
- If applying for the first time, they will ask for your SS number or FEIN number.
- Individuals will be asked for their DOB
- Provide name, residency type and licensee name.
- Electronic payments via Visa, Mastercard, AMEX or an electronic check.
Choose they type of product:
Product type choice is next:
Then choose the residency type
You can now choose the resident equivalent to the new license you want to apply for or renew.
After that, you need to enter a bunch of information
Biographic information; resident or business, if you have one.
Phone contact number; Phone number and fax number if they are still a thing
Web information; Website, if you have one and email address
Aliases; list any assumed, fictitious, alias or trade names under which you are either doing business or intend to do business.
Affiliations; only if you have an active affiliation with a business.
Work experience: fill in your work/employment history for the last 5 years
Answer yes or no to background questions
Now it is time to review your answers and set up the payment
You will get the option to print a receipt and an email verification once you submit the application. An estimate on processing time is also included for most states.
Once processed, you will be able to print the license
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