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Print Your License
You can print your license any time after creating a Sircon account.
If you submitted your application or renewal using Sircon.com, you can print your license for free within 30 days of its approval.
If you used a paper application or National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) to apply for a license, you must pay to print your license. After you pay the fee, you can print copies for 30 days at no extra cost.
Wyoming Online Education Services
You may check the status of your continuing education compliance by using the Lookup Education Courses or Transcript service, then click on "Continuing education Transcript Inquiry."
Use the Lookup Education Courses or Transcript service to search for approved continuing education providers and courses.
There is no charge for the continuing education transcript or for continuing education provider and course search services.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I apply for a Non-Resident Adjuster - DHS WY license electronically?
- Use the Apply for a License service
- Choose 'New Adjuster License'
- Choose Individual
- Answer 'Are you licensed as an adjuster in your resident state?' as No
- Answer 'Are you applying for a resident license?' as No
- Answer 'Do you have an existing Designated Home State (DHS)?' as I need a DHS
- Click 'Continue'
- Enter your Email address and click 'Continue'
- Log into your Sircon account, if applicable
- Enter State of Residency from Drop-Down
- Fill in other *Required fields
- Select "Wyoming" from the list of States
- Hit "Continue" at the bottom of the page
- Select 'Non-Resident Adjuster - DHS WY' from list of license types
- Answer 'Previously licensed?' Yes/No
- Click on 'Click here to view state requirements' and review this information
- Select 'Continue' to complete the application
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 Wyoming, use the free Lookup License Number / NPN service to find your NPN today.