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New insurance license applicants who have an incorrect National Producer Number (NPN) entered on an application through www.nipr.com or www.sircon.com will have the application and payment declined, and a new license application will need to be submitted. The following is the application result and description/error message the applicant will receive after submitting the application:
Description: NPN submitted for applicant but applicant not on record.
Please note that the NPN field IS NOT a required field on a new license application. Also, depending on the browser or device an applicant is using to apply online, the online application could incorrectly auto-fill a number (e.g., telephone number) into the NPN field. If an applicant is a former producer with a previously assigned NPN, they must ensure that a correct NPN is entered. If a new applicant without a previously assigned NPN, the NPN field must be left blank before submitting the application. Otherwise, the application will be declined and a new license application will need to be submitted.
Effective January 11, 2019, license renewal applications for individual and business-entity insurance producers, adjusters and consultants licensed with the Indiana Department of Insurance (IDOI) may be submitted within ninety (90) days of license expiration dates, rather than the previous sixty (60) days. Courtesy license renewal notices will be emailed to business emails on record with IDOI, approximately 90 days prior to license expiration dates. License renewal applications and contact change requests may be submitted to IDOI online through either www.nipr.com or www.sircon.com/Indiana.
Effective October 12, 2018, license reinstatements for individual resident producers and independent adjusters are now available online - making all Indiana resident and non-resident individual and business-entity license reinstatements available online. Producers and independent adjusters whose licenses have been expired for no more than twelve (12) months may submit license reinstatement applications and fees online through either www.nipr.com (by selecting "Renew") or www.sircon.com/Indiana (by selecting "Renew Your License"). Full resident individual producer reinstatement procedures are posted online at www.in.gov/idoi/2966.htm, and independent adjuster reinstatement procedures are posted online at www.in.gov/idoi/2729.htm
Letters of Clearance are no longer issued by the Indiana Department of Insurance. A change in license status (e.g., license cancellation/voluntary surrender) may be viewed online through the National Insurance Producer Registry. Changes of address, telephone, email, fax, or an addition or removal of a business entity's Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP), are also no longer done through the Department. Contact information must be updated online through www.nipr.com or www.sircon.com/Indiana. DRLPs must be maintained online through a business entity's Sircon account or at www.sircon.com/Indiana by selecting "Maintain your firm association" on the left-hand side.
Effective August 11, 2017, a business entity licensed with the Indiana Department of Insurance may add or remove a Designated Responsible Licensed Producer (DRLP) associated with the business entity online at www.sircon.com/Indiana by selecting "Maintain Your Firm Association" on the left-hand side of the page. DRLPs may also be maintained through a business entity's Sircon account. A processing fee may apply for each transaction. It is the responsibility of the business entity to ensure that it has a proper DRLP listed with the Indiana Department of Insurance. Posted August 11, 2017.
See 2017 Legislation Affecting the Indiana Department of Insurance. Specifically, HEA 1318, effective July 1, 2017, provides that insurance producer education courses may cover sales, motivation, psychology, and time management. These topics will be listed on course applications and renewal applications under the course category "Professional Development." Also, prospective continuing education (CE) providers may now electronically submit supporting materials for a course. HEA 1318 also provides that Independent Insurance Adjuster applicants are no longer required to submit Social Security numbers to IDOI. HEA 1137, effective July 1, 2017, decreases the Bail Agent renewal fee from $600 to $300.
Effective May 12, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. CDT, various retaliatory fees for non-resident license applications and renewals have been added or updated. A listing of non-resident retaliatory fees may be viewed at www.in.gov/idoi/2600.htm. The states where retaliatory fees were added include: District of Columbia, Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Wyoming. States that have had one or more retaliatory fee updated include: California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. All retaliatory fees for Illinois have remained the same.
If you hold a resident license in one state and are moving to a new state, you may need to obtain a new resident license in your new home state. Information on transferring a resident Producer license from one state to another is available on the Department website here. Information on transferring a resident Adjuster license from one state to another is available on the Department website here.
Beginning May 2012, the Indiana Department of Insurance converted license renewal dates to birth month renewals for insurance producers and adjusters. When license renewals and reinstatements are processed, license renewal dates will be based on the last day of birth month The process should be completed by the end of May 2015. See the following IDOI Notice for additional information.
Beginning May 1, 2012, individuals approved for licensure as a producer will be issued licenses that will expire the last day of the birth month at least 24 months following the date of licensure.
Indiana implemented electronic renewal for non-residents on November 1, 2010, and began the implementation for residents beginning with licenses due for renewal on May 31, 2012. After March 1, 2012, paper renewal notices and invoices will no longer be mailed through U.S. mail. Renewal notices will be sent electronically to the business email address on file through Vertafore. The electronic renewal notice will be sent approximately sixty (60) days prior to the renewal date.
Licensees may be subject to an address violation if we do not have a valid, current email address on file. If for some reason a renewal invoice is not received by the licensee, it is still the individual's responsibility to renew their license before the expiration date.
You may enter or update an email address by selecting "Update Individual's Email Address" (for individuals) or "Update Firm Email Address" (for business entities) on the left-hand column of this page. Ensuring that the email address is correct will enable you to receive license renewal notifications and other Department notifications. For identification purposes, individuals will need their social security number and agencies will need their employer identification number, and producer license number. Confirming/updating an email address can be completed without incurring a charge.
The ability to print your individual or firm licenses online is now available. This online service allows you to print your own license. To print a license online, select "Print a License" in the left-hand column of this page. This service is free for up to 30 days after license approval or renewal for license applications and license renewals completed through Compliance Express. Duplicate license copies can be printed at any time (fees may apply). If you have applied for or renewed your license through another vendor other than Vertafore, you may print your license by selecting the "Print a License" link (Fees may apply). For individuals with a Sircon account, license printing is always free by logging into your account and clicking on the "Print a License" link.
You may now obtain your own license profile by clicking on the Check Your Status with a State link to the left. Click here to see all of the information contained in the license transcript. A service fee may apply.
You may now check the status of your continuing education compliance. For a free continuing education transcript, click on "Look up Education Courses/Credits" in the left-hand column and then click on "Continuing Education Transcript Inquiry."
This unique identifying number is assigned to licensed individuals by the NAIC (National Association of Insurance Commissioners) and most states are beginning to use it for various licensing purposes. If you hold a license in Indiana, use the free License Number/National Producer Number Inquiry to find your NPN today.