Utah License Requirements

How to get a Utah insurance license

At National Online Insurance School, our goal is to guide you through the pre-licensing process. In addition to completing your pre-licensing training, we have simplified the steps to attaining your Utah insurance license.

Step 1: Prepare with an Utah Pre-Licensing Insurance Course

Our Utah pre-licensing insurance courses cover the various insurance concepts, definitions, insurance laws and agent regulations listed on the Utah Examination Content Outlines. Courses are presented in a clear and concise format and include instructional videos, interactive illustrations, practice exams, and student support.

National Online Insurance School provides the following pre-licensing insurance courses in Utah:

Pre-Licensing Course
Life, Accident & Health
Accident & Health

Step 2: Pass the Utah Insurance License Exam

Once you are prepared to sit for your state exam, you must register with Prometric to take your state insurance exam. Exam reservations can be made online at the Prometric website or over the phone at 800-226-8740.

Expected cost

$32.00 for One Line of Authority (Life or Accident & Health)

$44.00 for Two Lines of Authority (Life and Accident & Health)

About the state exam

  • A current form of identification with a photo (driver's license, passport, etc.) that exactly matches the name on the exam registration at the testing center.
  • Exam times are typically available in the morning and afternoon on weekdays and certain weekends, at various locations throughout the state
  • You should arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment to allow time for check-in procedures. If you arrive late you will not be allowed to take your exam and will forfeit your exam fee.
  • Applicants with disabilities should make special arrangements prior to registering for the state exam by contacting the testing administrator at 888-226-9406
  • Passing score is 70%
License Exam Exam Time Scored Questions Pre-Test Questions Total Questions
Series 17-03 Producer's Life, Accident & Health Exam 2 hrs 30 mins 150 5 155
Series 17-01 Producer's Life Exam 2 hrs 100 5 105
Series 17-02 Producer's Accident & Health 2 hrs 100 5 105

Review our Insurance License Exam Tips to learn more about the state exam format and the types of questions asked on the exam, as well as additional test-taking tips to help you prepare for your exam day.

Step 3: Complete an Insurance License Application

You can apply for an insurance license by using the computer kiosk at the testing center immediately after passing your state exam. The fee for the application will cover the cost of the FBI/BCI fingerprint fee required for a background check as explained in the next step below. Upon completing your application you will print a confirmation page that you must present to the test center supervisor as proof you have paid the fingerprint fees in order to be fingerprinted.

If you do not want to complete your insurance license application at the testing center, you can apply for it online through the Vertafore website. Click the button below and follow the steps to complete your application:

  1. Click 'Apply for a license' from the menu on the left
  2. Click the New Insurance License button within the 'New Insurance Licenses' section
  3. Choose 'Resident,' then choose 'Individual,' and click the Continue button
  4. Enter your email address
  5. Enter your information and choose the state you wish to apply for a license, then click continue
  6. Select 'Resident Agent' as your license type and continue
  7. Select the types of license(s) you wish to apply for and continue
  8. Enter all requested information and submit payment

License qualifications

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • A resident of the state of Utah
  • Pass the state insurance exam for the lines of authority for which you are applying
  • Must not have committed any act that is a ground for denial, suspension, or revocation of license

Expected cost

Application Fee: $75.00

Step 4: Submit Electronic Fingerprints

Fingerprints are required by the Utah Department of Insurance to ensure that applicants do not have a disqualifying criminal or social services background that would prevent them from being a licensed insurance agent. You can schedule to electronically scan your fingerprints at the testing center when you are scheduling your state exam.

When submitting your scanned fingerprints at the testing center, you must pay a processing fee to Prometric separate from the FBI/BCI fingerprint fee paid during the license application.

If you fail to submit your fingerprints at the testing center, you must schedule an appointment to return to the test center to have your fingerprints taken. When you return, you must present the confirmation page that you received after completing your insurance application in addition to your passing score report that was provided to you at the test center after passing the state exam.

Resident candidates taking an insurance exam for the first time must be fingerprinted; however, if you are adding a line of authority to an existing license you will not be required to submit a new set of fingerprints.

Expected cost

Electronic Fingerprints Processing Fee: $6.00

Additional Resources

Review the Prometric Licensing Information Handbook for additional details regarding the pre-licensing process.

Utah Department of Insurance

  • Suite 3110 State Office Building
    PO Box 146901
    Salt Lake City, UT 84114
  • 801-538-3855
  • Website

Exam Administrator

Electronic Fingerprints

Insurance Application

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