Use the following online searches to verify that you are dealing with a licensed insurance company and/or professional:
All Pennsylvania licensees: print your license from the PA website at www.insurance.pa.gov/licensees. The PA Insurance Department no longer mails paper licenses. Your renewed license is available within 24 hours after your license has been renewed. New applicants who apply online can verify their information on the PA website once the license is issued.
You may check the status of your continuing education compliance. For a free continuing education transcript, use the Lookup Education Courses or Transcript service and then click on "Continuing Education Transcript Inquiry".
You may verify approved continuing education or pre-licensing education courses and course providers, use the Look up Education Courses or Transcript service and then click on "Approved Courses Inquiry".
You may obtain your own license history by using the Check Your Status with a State service. A $3.00 service fee applies. Note: only current, active information will be provided. If your license is inactive or you require a complete license history, you must submit a written request to the Department along with a $25 fee (check or money order, payable to the Commonwealth of PA).
Wonder what your National Producer Number (NPN) is? This unique identifying number is assigned to licensed individuals by the NAIC (National Association of Insurance Commissioners) and most states now use it for various licensing purposes. If you hold a license in Pennsylvania, use the License Number/National Producer Number Inquiry to find your NPN today. Please note an NPN is assigned within 48-72 hours of licensure.
To request a letter of clearance, obtain a request form from the Department's website here: https://www.insurance.pa.gov/Licensees/MaintainYourLicense/Documents/Letter_of_Clearance_Request_Form.pdf
A $25 fee (check or money order, payable to the Commonwealth of PA) is required to surrender/inactivate the license. This form is to be used only when you will be obtaining resident producer licensure in a new state.