Lookup a License: Use the Utah License Inquiry Service to verify individual, agency, and company licenses.
The ability to print your individual or firm licenses is available online. To do so, use the Print a license service. This service is free for up to 30 days after license approval and renewal for license applications and license renewals completed through Sircon. 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 still use the Print a license service service. (Fees may apply).
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Use the Utah License Inquiry Service to verify the license of an insurance producer, agency, adjuster, or company.
Insurance licenses are electronically reinstated up to one year from the inactivation date. If your license expired more than one year ago, you must submit a new license application and satisfy all of the licensing requirements of a first-time licensee. To do so, use the License Application service.
Please note: Appointments and associations are not reactivated when a license is reinstated; all appointments and associations must be re-established.
The following groups of lapsed licensees may submit a reinstatement request:
To submit for immediate electronic reinstatement, use the License Renewal / Reinstatement service.
Resident individual insurance producers who have met the CE requirements but are unable to submit a reinstatement online because the system still lists their CE compliance as pending should review their CE transcript and contact the provider of any course that does not appear. The provider will need to upload the associated course roster. Once the roster upload has been processed by the system, the producer will be able to submit the reinstatement application.
Hours of operation for the Utah Insurance Department are 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday, except on State of Utah recognized holidays.
Utah individual licenses renew every two years on the last day of the individual's month of birth. For a new license, the very first renewal may be longer than a two year period in order to move forward to your birth month, and will then renew every two years thereafter. Failure to apply for renewal of the license will result in the expiration or lapse of the license.
The Utah Insurance Department requires all individuals applying for a resident insurance license to be fingerprinted. Fingerprinting must be done at a Prometric test center, using "live scan" technology, which digitally captures and transmits the fingerprints to the Utah Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI), for a criminal history background check.
Additional information is available at the insurance department's Web site at https://insurance.utah.gov/licensee/producers/exam.
You may now check the status of your continuing education compliance. For a free continuing education transcript, use the Education Courses/Credits Look Up service and then click on "Continuing Education Transcript Inquiry."
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 are beginning to use it for various licensing purposes. If you hold a license in Utah, use the free Vertafore License Number/National Producer Number Inquiry to find your NPN today.