State Requirements

Vermont / Non-Resident Adjuster Renewal / Individual

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  • Per application.
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Retaliatory Fees

Crop Adjuster

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Public Adjuster

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Workers' Compensation Adjuster

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  • Please note that license class names can vary by state.
  • Applications for Other lines of authority will defer to state for approval.
Adjuster

Public Adjuster

  • Property
  • Casualty

Crop Adjuster

  • Crop

Workers' Compensation Adjuster

  • Workers' Compensation

Adjuster- Property and Casualty

  • Property
  • Casualty

Applicant Can

  • Submit Adjuster for individuals electronically.
  • Submit Adjuster for business entities electronically.
  • Submit Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) electronically.
  • Renew partial lines.
  • Print license electronically.

Applicant Cannot

  • Designate a Home State for Public Adjusters.
  • Submit adjuster for business entities electronically.

Business Rules

  • Vermont cannot be used as a Designated Home State.

  • Property and Casualty LOAs must be renewed simultaneously when applicable.
  • Please allow up to 10 business days to process the application. If your application was accepted, please visit the Vermont website at https://dfr.vermont.gov/industry/insurance/producer-and-individual-licensing and choose Check the Status of a License. You will be able to print documentation containing the status of your license.

  • Reinstatements for adjuster licenses are not allowed. If the license is expired the applicant must reapply through NIPR's Non-Resident Adjuster Licensing (NRAL) Application.

  • Renewable license will no longer be available past the expiration date.

  • Adjusters renew every even year.

  • Vermont processes renewals on a two-year cycle, in each even numbered year. Applicant applying after March 31st (even years) will not have the full two (2) years until their next renewal.

  • Example 1: If an applicant applied on January 31st, 2016, their license would expire three months later, on March 31st, 2018. The applicant would need to renew at that time to remain active.

  • Example 2: If an applicant applied on June 30th, 2016, they would have their license for twenty-one (21) months before it expired on March 31st, 2018. The applicant would need to renew at that time to remain active.

All License Classes

Renewal Period:

  • Starts: 90 days prior expiration date.
  • Ends: March 31st

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Vermont Department of Financial Regulation
89 Main Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-3101
United States

Special Instructions

Producer and Individual Licensing: http://www.vermontinsuranceagent.info/

License Printing: https://sbs.naic.org/solar-external-lookup/license-manager

 

Frequently Asked Questions

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

The scores are good for 2 years from the date of the examination.

If you need to change your name on record with the Department, please submit the change in writing along with a copy of the documentation that supports the name change, such as a copy of your marriage certificate or copy of official court documentation supporting the name change. You can scan and email the documents to dfr.producerlicensing@vermont.gov or fax the documents to (802) 828-1633.

If you need to change your name on record with the Department, please submit the change in writing along with a copy of the documentation that supports the name change, such as a copy of official court documentation supporting the name change. You can scan and email the documents to dfr.producerlicensing@vermont.gov or fax the documents to (802) 828-1633.

Currently, they send the changes into the Department. It can be done via email to dfr.producerlicensing@vermont.gov or fax to 802-828-1633.

Changes to Owner’s Partners Officers and Directors do not need to be reported to the state.

They would send the request in as a voluntary surrender of license, must be signed and dated by the individual licensee. They can scan and email attachment, fax, or send regular mail to: Attn: Producer Licensing, Department of Financial Regulation, 89 Main Street, Montpelier, VT 05602-3101.