- Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR transaction fees. Fees are non-refundable.
- All fees are charged per application and include a $15 application fee.
- A reinstatement fee is charged in addition to standard licensing fee.
- State fees are non-refundable.
Limited - Home State
- Fee: $75.00
- Reinstatement Fee: $75.00
- Please note that license class names can vary by state.
- Applications for Other lines of authority will defer to state for approval.
- Limited - Home State
- Submit adjuster for individuals electronically.
- Submit adjuster for business entities electronically.
- Submit Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) electronically.
- Applicant can add lines of authority to an existing active license electronically.
- Reinstate a license electronically.
- Print licenses electronically.
- Submit adjuster for business entities electronically. Business entities will renew using Non-Resident Renewals (NRR) rather than Non-Resident Adjuster Renewals (NRAR).
If applicant responds "yes" to one of the background questions please submit supporting documents electronically via NIPR's Attachments Warehouse. The documents may also be submitted to the state via mail, email, or fax.
- Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) Rules:
- In order for an applicant to designate a home state during the application process, the applicant must have an active Non-Resident Adjuster license on the Producer Database (PDB) and no active resident adjuster license.
- If designated home state license is inactive at the time of renewal and no active resident adjuster license exists, applicant may select another state with an active adjuster license as the designated home state. Application will defer to state for review.
- If applicant holds only a Non-Resident Adjuster license in a state that licenses resident Adjusters, applicant is permitted to designate an active non-resident Adjuster license as their home state license. Application will defer to state for review.
- If applicant holds only an active Non-Resident Adjuster license in a state that offers Adjuster licensing, applicant must use current resident license to renew Non-Resident Adjuster license. Application will defer to state for review.
- If applicant has an active Non-Resident Adjuster license in a state that does not license Adjusters, and no active Non-Resident Adjuster license, applicant must use current active resident license to renew Non-Resident Adjuster license. Application will defer to state for review.
Frequently Asked Questions
Online printing information can be found by going to NIPR's license print page and selecting the state.