State Requirements

Utah / Non-Resident Adjuster Licensing / Individual

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  • Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR transaction fees.
  • Per application.
  • Reinstatement fee is charged in addition to standard licensing fee.

Non-Resident Independent Adjuster

  • Fee: $75.00
  • Reinstatement Fee: $75.00

Non-Resident Public Adjuster

  • 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.
Adjuster

Non-Resident Independent Adjuster

  • Accident & Health or Sickness
  • Property & Casualty
  • Crop
  • Workers' Compensation

Non-Resident Public Adjuster

  • Accident & Health or Sickness
  • Property & Casualty
  • Crop
  • Workers' Compensation

Applicant Can

  • Submit adjuster for individuals electronically.
  • Submit adjuster for business entities electronically.
  • Submit Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) electronically.
  • Reinstate a license electronically.
  • Add lines of authority to an existing active license electronically.
  • Print licenses electronically.

Applicant Cannot

  • Submit adjuster for business entities electronically.

Business Rules

  • Utah's preferred method of application for non-residents is electronic. All licenses can now be applied for online and paid for with a major credit card. Failure to utilize this method will result in a $25 paper processing fee and a longer processing time for the application.

  • Applicant must be eighteen (18) years old or older as determined from the applicant's date of birth.

  • Applicant with a non-resident Utah license in an active or inactive status may not reinstate electronically if status reason is deceased, denied, revoked, failure to maintain or surrendered in lieu of admin. Note: Applicant may amend license for a line of authority (LOA) that does not have one of the listed status reasons.

  • Applicants with the following status reasons may apply through initial applications at any time electronically: canceled.

  • Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) Rules:
    • In order for an applicant to designate a home state, the applicant MUST NOT have an active resident adjuster license on PDB (in any state).
    • If designated home state license is INACTIVE at the time of application, applicant will be allowed to select another non-resident state with an active adjuster license as the designated home state. 
    • If applicant holds an active producer (non-adjuster) resident license in a state that licenses resident adjusters and is designating an active non-resident adjuster license as their home state license, the application will be declined.
    • If applicant holds an active producer (non-adjuster) resident license in a state that DOES NOT license resident adjusters - and is designating an active non-resident adjuster, the application will be deferred for review.
    • If applicant has an active producer (non-adjuster) resident license in a state that DOES NOT license adjusters, and no active non-resident adjuster license other than the application state license, applicant MUST designate a home state.  
    • If applicant chooses to change the   home state license currently on record, the application will defer for review.
    • Applicant may select Utah as Adjuster Designated Home State while amending for their Non Resident Utah license.
    • If applicant holds only an active producer (non-adjuster) resident license in a state that DOES NOT offer adjuster licensing, and is using current resident license to apply for non-resident adjuster license, the application will be declined.

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Utah Insurance Department
Attention: Licensing Department
State Office Building Rm. 3110
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
United States

Frequently Asked Questions

Online printing information can be found by going to NIPR's license print page and selecting the state

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