COVID-19 Updates

We are continuing to monitor updates made to the licensing process as the result of COVID-19. Click on your state below for latest information.

Due to test center closures, the Department of Insurance is issuing a temporary producer license to applicants who are sponsored and appointed by an insurance company.

A temporary producer license is a once in a lifetime license per line of authority and is valid for a maximum of six (6) months from the date the license is issued, during which time the individual should be actively engaged in a pre-licensing course for the line or lines of authority.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Because COVID-19 has caused pre-license insurance examinations and fingerprinting services to be unavailable, the Arizona Department of Insurance has made provisional (temporary) licenses available to Arizona-resident individuals who meet all license requirements other than passing the exam and submitting fingerprints. In accordance with the Executive Order,

  • a provisional license expires six months after the date issued;
  • once pre-license insurance examinations and fingerprinting services are made available, the Department shall notify each provisional license-holder by e-mail ("e-mail notification"), and a provisional license-holder shall have 20 days after the e-mail notification to pass the pre-license examination that corresponds to the authority held on the provisional license;
  • a provisional license-holder shall have 30 days after the e-mail notification to submit fingerprints to the Department;
  • a provisional license of a person who fails to pass the pre-license examination within 20 days after the e-mail notification shall be automatically suspended pursuant to Executive Order 2020-17, which will require the person to immediately cease conducting business requiring the license;
  • a provisional license (whether active or suspended) shall be converted to a permanent license once the provisional license-holder passes the pre-license examination and furnishes fingerprints to the Department.

To apply for a provisional license:

- Use the National Insurance Producer Registry if you are an individual wanting to apply for provisional Arizona-resident insurance producer authority.

- Download, save, complete, and submit Form L-PRV if you are an individual wanting to apply for a provisional Arizona-resident adjuster or surplus lines broker license.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

The California Department of Insurance will continue to administer license examinations at its Los Angeles test center on a daily basis. In addition, PSI Services LLC (PSI), is also administering license exams at its test centers in Sacramento, Redding, Lawndale, San Francisco, and Agoura Hills on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The test centers maintain appropriate social distancing practices and the number of allowed examinees is consistent with applicable state and local public health directives to protect the health and safety of its employees and the public.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Effective immediately, the Department will issue Temporary Insurance Producer Licenses in accordance with C.G.S. 38a-702 to applicants meeting the requirements for licensure without requiring examination. The stipulations regarding this temporary license are set forth below.

The purpose of this notice is to bring to the attention of the insurance industry, including applicants, agents, and insurers, that the Commissioner has determined that it is in the public interest to issue temporary resident producer licenses during the period covered by the Executive Orders concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency issued by Governor Lamont. This notice establishes the process to apply for, and the criteria for issuance of, a temporary resident producer license.

Qualifications of Applicants for a Temporary Insurance Producer License

  • Must be a Connecticut resident. The temporary producer license will allow the producer to operate in Connecticut as a resident temporary producer. The temporary license is not intended to qualify the producer for non-resident licenses in other states and, as such, Connecticut will not grant non-resident temporary producer licenses.
  • Must be appointed by an insurer who assumes responsibilities for all acts of the temporary licensee. This temporary appointment will coincide with the duration of the temporary license.
  • Insurers must notify the Connecticut Insurance Department in writing if the sponsored temporary license holder is no longer employed or under the direct supervision of the insurer sponsor, and shall disclose all details as to circumstances causing termination.
  • The individual requesting the temporary license meets all other requirements for licensure. The Commissioner will not issue a temporary license if the individual has been revoked or denied a resident license by the State of Connecticut.
  • Temporary Insurance Producer Licenses are subject to cancellation or revocation if the temporary licensee violates the insurance laws of this state or if the interests of insureds or the public are endangered.

Duties of Insurer or Responsible Licensed Producer

The insurer must maintain a record of all producers operating under a temporary license and business transacted by them. Insurers should assist producers with moving through the examination and background check process more quickly once the current State of Emergency has been lifted. The Insurance Commissioner may require the temporary insurance producer to have a responsible licensed producer or insurer who assumes responsibility for all acts of the temporary licensee and may impose other similar requirements designed to protect the insureds and public.

Limitation of Temporary Insurance Producer License

  • The license will automatically expire 180 days from the date of issue: no exceptions.
  • The license is not renewable.
  • The license is convertible to an equivalent traditional insurance producer license without an additional fee if the examination has been met before its expiration date. There will be no extensions to or exceptions made to this requirement.
  • Recipients of a Temporary Insurance Producer License will be subject to any and all limitations on the authority of such temporary licenses pursuant to Connecticut law.

How to Apply for a Temporary Insurance Producer License

  • Applicants may apply for a temporary producer license if they have completed the pre-licensing course within the last 12 months.
  • Apply through the Department’s website at https://cidonline.ct.gov/lit/application/individualApplication.jsp
    Select “Producer New Application.” The fee is $140.00.
    You may not apply through NIPR or submit a paper application.
  • The application will not be approved unless all required documents are received by the Department.
  • Submission of appointments through NIPR for Temporary Producer licenses are not available. Companies will need to email appointment/s information directly to the Department at cid.licensing@ct.gov. Include applicant full name, Connecticut license number, company name/s and NAIC #(s).
  • All temporary licenses will automatically expire 180 days from the date of issuance unless the applicant has submitted an email advising that they have passed the exam.
    Email: cid.licensing@ct.gov. Be sure to include your license number or national producer number (NPN).

Upon receipt, the Department will review the passed exam information and update the expiration date to the appropriate birth month expiration and will send an email confirmation.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Allows for temporary licenses for those unable to take an examination. Temporary licensees have 90 days after testing centers reopen to take the exam. Background checks are required and the temporary licensee must have a letter of responsibility from an individual actively licensed individual in Delaware.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Due to the response to COVID-19, state examination testing locations are currently closed.  Over 40 of the LiveScan fingerprinting locations remain open throughout the state.

The Florida Department of Financial Services is continuing to process license applications at this time.  Due to the examination testing locations being closed, temporary licensing is now available for certain license types.  See below for more detailed information about obtaining these licenses.

Per CFO Directive 2020-07, Florida will begin issuing the following resident temporary licenses:

  • Temporary Life and Variable Annuity Contracts (T2-14)
  • Temporary Health (T2-40)
  • Temporary Personal Lines (T20-44)

Key points of the Order:

  • This Order applies to resident licenses only.  Temporary non-resident licenses will not be issued.  Qualifications for non-resident licenses remain the same.
  • For the temporary licenses above, passing the state licensing examination is NOT required.  ALL other qualifications for the licenses are required, including fingerprints, pre-licensing courses, etc.
  • The temporary license applications can only be submitted through the applicant’s individual MyProfile account.
  • If the applicant intends to obtain the permanent version of the license, make sure to apply for both the temporary and permanent license on the same application.  This will save the applicant an additional $50 application fee, plus help ensure the permanent license is issued once the test centers re-open, and the applicant passes the applicable state examination.
  • Please click here for instructions on applying for a temporary and permanent license in the same application.
  • If the applicant ultimately wants a permanent 2-15 Life, Health and Variable Annuity license, the applicant should apply for the temporary T2-14 Temporary Life and Variable Annuity and T2-40 Temporary Health licenses AND the permanent 2-15 Life, Health and Variable Annuity license on the same application.
  • A 2-20 General Lines pre-licensing course may be used to obtain the T20-44 Temporary Personal Lines license.  Temporary General Lines licenses will NOT be issued.
  • These temporary licenses will not show on the PDB but will be displayed on the Department’s Licensee Search.
  • Appointments are still required.  Appointments can be submitted through the Department’s eAppoint system.
  • These temporary licenses will expire six (6) months after the date of issuance or upon issuance of a permanent license of the same type and class, whichever occurs first.
  • Permanent licenses still remain available for these license types IF the applicant qualifies via one of the avenues which exempt the state licensing exam (i.e. – transfer, certain designations, a college degree and required college courses, etc).  Review the individual qualification page for the applicable license type to review all the ways to qualify.

In order to continue operating efficiently, we strongly encourage individuals to utilize our Upload Documents feature through their MyProfile account to submit application deficiency documents, instead of emailing them to us. If the option to upload documents isn’t available in someone’s account, it will appear within 3 hours after submitting a new license application in our system. (Note: If an application is submitted through the NIPR, the option will appear once the application reaches our system, typically the day after the application is submitted to the NIPR.)

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Your Department of Insurance has yet to make changes to the pre-licensing process to address COVID-19.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Your Department of Insurance has yet to make changes to the pre-licensing process to address COVID-19.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Because COVID-19 has caused pre-license insurance examinations to remain closed, the Idaho Department of Insurance is issuing provisional resident licenses for a period of 6 months.  Applications should be submitted directly to the department.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

State examination test centers are expected to reopen on May 1, 2020.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Due to test center closures, the Department of Insurance is temporarily waiving the state exam requirement and it will issue a temporary producer license to applicants who meet the following requirements:

  • Complete a state-approved pre-licensing course within the past 12 months
  • Prohibits applicants for temporary licensure from having a previous felony conviction
  • Complete an insurance license application

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Your Department of Insurance did not make changes to the pre-licensing process to address COVID-19.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Due to test center closures, the Department of Financial Services is temporarily waiving the state exam requirement and it will issue a temporary producer license to applicants.

Temporary producer licenses will be issued for a period of 90 days or until 30 days after the cessation of the current state of emergency related to COVID-19, whichever is later but shall not exceed a total of 180 days. Temporary producer licenses will automatically expire 90 days after issuance or 30 days after the state of emergency is lifted by the Governor, whichever is later.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Due to test center closures, the Mississippi Department of Insurance is allowing initial applicants who have completed all pre-licensing requirements except for the pre-licensing state examination to receive a temporary insurance producer license. The temporary license is effective for 180 days, during which time these licensees shall have the opportunity to take and pass their pre-licensing state examination in order to receive an insurance producer license. Please note that the temporary license is not renewable and the receiving applicant will not be eligible to receive another temporary license.

The temporary license application may be accessed at https://www.mid.ms.gov/licensing/pdf/applications/tip_application.pdf

You can contact the department at (601) 359-2132 or licensing@mid.ms.gov.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

The Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance will begin issuing temporary resident insurance producer licenses for the following lines of business: Life, Variable Life, and Variable Annuity, Accident and Health, Property, Casualty, Personal Lines and Crop.

The Department will temporarily waive the licensing requirement of successfully passing an examination for these lines of business provided a currently licensed Missouri insurance producer will sponsor the applicant. Unless expressly waived by the Department, all other licensing requirements as required by the insurance laws of Missouri and the regulations of the Department shall remain in effect. Furthermore, this waiver shall not be construed to apply to any individual or other license types other than those explicitly identified by this bulletin. All provisions of the insurance laws and regulations that apply to licensed insurance producers apply to licensees issued a temporary Missouri resident insurance producer license, including the disciplinary statutes found in Section 375.141, RSMo. A sponsoring licensed insurance producer has the duty and responsibility to ensure they work and actions of the individual issued a temporary insurance producer license are in compliance with Missouri law.

To apply for a temporary license, the department must receive a completed application, a completed temporary license questionnaire (the temporary license questionnaire is attached to this bulletin as page 3) and a $100 nonrefundable license fee. Both the completed application and the temporary license questionnaire must be emailed to templicense@insurance.mo.gov. Upon receipt of the application and questionnaire, the department will provide a web link to applicants to use to send the electronic payment of the $100 nonrefundable license fee. Forms for Temporary Missouri Resident Insurance Producer License can be found at insurance.mo.gov/templicense.

A Temporary Missouri Resident Insurance Producer License will only be valid for 90 days after the initial date of issuance. If documentation of passage of the appropriate insurance examination(s) is not emailed to templicense@insurance.mo.gov within the 90 day period after the initial date of issuance, the temporary license will expire and an individual will need to reapply and meet the standard Missouri insurance producer licensure requirements. Upon receiving documentation of passage of the appropriate insurance examination(s) within the 90 day period after the initial date of issuance, the department would convert, with no additional fees, the temporary license to a regular producer license for a two year period based on the original effective date of the temporary producer license. The issuance of temporary licenses will discontinue at such time the Department rescinds its waiver of the licensing requirement of successfully passing an examination or at such time Executive Order 20-04 terminates.

All questions regarding this notice may be directed to templicense@insurance.mo.gov or by
calling (573) 751-3518.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

The Nebraska Department of Insurance has the option available for candidates to take remotely-proctored exams called ProProctor. Visit Prometric’s Nebraska insurance testing page at www.prometric.com/nebraska/insurance to learn more about taking the Nebraska Insurance Exam.

Please note that there is currently an influx of candidates, and capacity is limited. Prometric is in the process of onboarding new proctors and ramping up testing capacity as quickly as possible.

All questions regarding this notice may be directed to Kevin Schlautman, Producer Licensing Administrator, at kevin.schlautman@nebraska.gov.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

The North Carolina Department of Insurance has been working with Pearson Vue, the Department’s third-party licensing vendor, to seek a solution to allow applicants to become licensed as quickly as possible. Below is North Carolina’s temporary licensing solution:

  • The applicant will need to complete the pre-licensing education (PLE) and pass the PLE exam.
  • The applicant should complete the license application through NIPR.
  • The applicant will need to schedule an appointment to take and pass the state exam. We anticipate
  • Pearson Vue’s professional testing centers to open on May 1st at 50% testing capacity to maintain social distancing. In addition, they will also be working to provide additional testing sites across the state.
  • Once the applicant has successfully passed the exam, the Agent Services Division will issue a “temporary” license. This license will remain in effect for 120 days. The applicant will be required to complete the fingerprinting process, as required by N.C.G.S. 58-33-66. If the results meet the guidelines of NCDOI, then a permanent license will be issued. If the results do not meet the licensing guidelines of NCDOI or the fingerprints are not submitted within the 120 days, then the licensure status will be changed to inactive and the licensee will be advised by email.
  • The conversion to permanent licensure will not require additional fees or reapplication.
  • If the license is made inactive, the licensee may request a review.
  • Should the licensee fail to pass the state exam, a refund will not be issued.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Your Department of Insurance has yet to make changes to the pre-licensing process to address COVID-19.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Effective immediately, the Department will issue temporary producer licenses to applicants meeting the requirements for licensure without requiring examination or fingerprinting, subject to the following conditions:

  • Temporary producer licenses will be issued for a period of up to 180 days.  These temporary licenses will be active for the duration of the current State of Emergency related to COVID-19.  Temporary licenses will automatically expire thirty days after the State of Emergency is lifted by the Governor and third-party vendors are permitted to resume operations.
  • Temporary producer licenses are subject to cancellation or revocation if the temporary licensee violates the insurance laws of this state or if the interests of insureds or the public are endangered.
  • The temporary producer license allows the producer to operate in South Carolina as a resident temporary producer. Temporary producers are not eligible for non-resident licenses in other states.
  • The temporary producer must be appointed by a sponsoring insurer who assumes responsibility for all acts of the temporary licensee. This temporary appointment will coincide with the duration of the temporary license. The sponsoring insurer must maintain a record of all producers operating under a temporary license and business transacted by them.  Sponsoring insurers should assist producers with moving through the examination and background check process more quickly once the current State of Emergency has been lifted and the third-party examination and fingerprinting vendors resume operations.
  • The sponsoring insurer must assure that the temporarily licensed producers’ sales activities and training are coordinated by a licensed insurance producer in good standing with the Department or where applicable, a FINRA-licensed registered principal.
  • Any active temporary producer license issued pursuant to this Bulletin may be converted to a regular producer license by the completion of all prerequisites of a license for the desired line or lines of insurance, including meeting all examination and fingerprint requirements pursuant to the applicable statutes. No additional fee shall be required in association with the issuance of the regular producer license.

Recipients of such temporary producer licenses will be subject to any and all limitations on the authority of such temporary licenses pursuant to South Carolina law.

How to Apply for A Temporary License

Until further notice, applicants for a temporary producer license must submit a hard-copy application with a check via United States mail.  The Department is currently working with the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) to enable electronic applications via its website at www.nipr.com.  New applicants should continue to check our website at www.doi.sc.gov and/or our social media outlets for updates regarding the availability of online applications.

In order to process temporary producer license applications via mail, applicants must submit a completed producer application along with a check for the $25 license fee. A hard-copy appointment form, completed by the sponsoring insurer, must also be submitted to our office with the appropriate fee ($40 local, $100 general, or $20 travel).  The producer application and insurer appointment form may be found on our website at www.doi.sc.gov/producer.  To expedite the temporary licensing process, sponsoring insurers should mail the completed producer application, appointment form, and required fees in one package.  This will enable the Department to timely process temporary producer applications.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Third-party vendors under contract with the Department to provide producer examinations have suspended, and are continuing to suspend, operations and/or close facilities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The suspension of operations and/or closure of facilities by these third-party vendors has resulted in some prospective new applicants being unable to obtain an insurance producer license and secure employment. Under the authority of Tenn. Code Ann. § 56-6-111, the Commissioner has found that circumstances exist where the public interest will best be served by the issuance of temporary insurance producer licenses.

Effective immediately, the Department will issue temporary producer licenses to applicants meeting the requirements for licensure without requiring examination for life, accident and health, property, casualty, and personal lines insurance subject to the following conditions:

  • All temporary licenses will expire in 180 days. Any producer who completes the appropriate exam (if available) within the 180 days will have his/her license type changed from a temporary to regular license without new application or fees. After 180 days, if the applicant has not taken or successfully passed an exam, the temporary license will expire, and the individual will need to reapply and meet the regular requirements.
  • Individuals seeking temporary licensure must complete the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation fingerprinting. Information can be found on our website at https://www.tn.gov/commerce/insurance/agent-producer-resources/licensing-packetsinstructions-forms.html. Click on ‘Fingerprinting Information’. Individuals who have been convicted of a felony are not eligible for temporary licenses.
  • Temporary producer licenses are subject to cancellation or revocation at the discretion of the Commissioner without hearing under Title 4, Chapter 5 of the Tennessee Code. The temporary producer license allows the producer to operate in Tennessee as a resident temporary producer. Temporary producers are not eligible for non-resident licenses in other states.
  • A sponsoring insurer must assure that the temporarily licensed producers’ sales activities and training are coordinated by a licensed insurance producer in good standing with the Department or where applicable, a FINRA-licensed registered principal. Company appointments or terminations will not be processed for a temporary licensee; however, company appointment will be required after the licensee has passed the exam and converted the temporary license to a regular license.
  • Any active temporary producer license issued pursuant to this Bulletin may be converted to a regular producer license by completion of all prerequisites of a license for the desired line or lines of insurance, including meeting all examination requirements pursuant to the applicable statutes within 180 days of issuance of temporary or prior to the expiration of the temporary license. No additional fee shall be required in association with the issuance of the regular producer license. Notification of passing exam results should be sent to the Agent Licensing Section at ce.agent.licensing@tn.gov or faxed to 615-532-2862 to convert
    the temporary license to a regular producer license.
  • Recipients of such temporary producer licenses will be subject to any and all limitations on the authority of such temporary licenses pursuant to Tennessee law.
  • The issuance of temporary producer licenses will discontinue as soon as producer examinations are available.

In order to apply for a temporary producers’ license an applicant must:

  • Submit an application online via the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR)  website at www.nipr.com.
  • Submit a $50 application fee.
  • Complete Tennessee Bureau of Investigation fingerprinting and background check. Go to www.identogo.com to register for fingerprinting and locate an open site. Tennessee insurance producer candidates must use ORI# TN920680Z when scheduling/completing fingerprint requirements per the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
  • Once approved, a temporary license can be verified and printed online at www.statebasedsystems.com.

All questions regarding this notice may be directed to Kim Biggs, Director of Agent Licensing, at
615-741-2693, option 9.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Most testing and fingerprinting facilities are closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. To address this issue, the Texas Department of Insurance will:

  • Issue temporary agent licenses, without required testing or additional fees. All training can be completed online, and fingerprints will be submitted later. Temporary applications and appointment certification forms must be submitted online. Paper applications will not be accepted.
  • Allow temporary licenses to remain active until further notice.
  • Waive the additional $100 fee for a temporary license.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

Virginia Insurance exams will go live with Prometric on June 1st , 2020. Scheduling will open starting Thursday, April 30th for June 1st and later appointments. Remotely proctored exams (ProProctor) will be available starting on June 1st. Please check the Prometric website for up-to-date information on test center re-openings over the coming months.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

The Commissioner will issue a temporary producer license to applicants for a producer license, on a case-by-case basis, without requiring testing or fingerprinting, where it is determined that applicants are unable to complete the requisite testing or obtain fingerprinting due to third-party vendor operations suspensions or closures. Such temporary licenses will only be issued to applicants who will, when licensed, engage in the business of insurance while employed by an existing agency, brokerage or insurer and under the direct supervision of a producer who is currently licensed and in good standing with the Commissioner.

Visit the department's website for the latest updates

Wisconsin Insurance Department is allowing individuals to sit for their state insurance exam via remotely proctored testing using Prometric’s ProProctor™ application.  This will allow candidates for whom traveling to a Prometric Test Center is not convenient or possible an opportunity to pursue the license.

Visit the test vendor's website for the latest updates

We thank you for your patience as we update this page with any changes in the pre-licensing process by your Department of Insurance due to COVID-19.

Please check back in the next few days, or contact us at 1-888-770-3681 or via chat on our website for immediate answers to your questions.

The following two tabs change content below.
National Online Insurance School

National Online Insurance School

National Online Insurance School is a full-service life and health insurance education provider with services available to individuals and agencies nationwide. As a state-accredited insurance education provider, our courses satisfy state credit hour requirements and prepare you to take the state insurance exam.
National Online Insurance School

Latest posts by National Online Insurance School (see all)