Other Important Dates
- Termination notices for individual appointments that you do not wish to renew must be received by NIPR no later than February 18, 2022 to allow sufficient time for processing and posting to PDB before the renewal billings are created.
- On March 2, 2022, the NIPR website will display the invoice and a list of appointments due for renewal.
- Appointment renewal fees will be due by 4:00 PM central time April 30, 2022, for all insurance producers listed on the invoice.
- Invoices will no longer be displayed on the NIPR website after 4:00 PM central time April 30, 2022.
- All appointments will be canceled if the invoice is not paid by 4:00 PM central time April 30, 2022.
- $10 per company per appointment
NIPR Processing Fees
- NIPR Renewal processing fee will equal one percent of the total state fee charged with a minimum of $5 and maximum of $1000.
- No late fees, no grace period, no late renewals. NIPR Fees are non-refundable.
- Payment Method Fees: Credit Card or Electronic Check. There is a $60,000 limit on Credit Card payments. If invoice exceeds $60,000, applicant must choose an alternative payment method.
- Electronic Check: There are no check fees for utilizing the electronic check payment method, but NIPR fees will apply.
License Classes / Lines of Authority
- Effective Dates Honored When Processing is Turned On: N/A
- PDB Alerts Turned Off: No
- Appointments Updated to Show Renewed on PDB: Yes
- Electronic processing through NIPR is mandatory and continuation invoices cannot be paid directly to the Department of Insurance.
- Companies will not be allowed to terminate any appointments on the list once the invoice and list has been generated and made available. Companies will not be allowed to terminate or cross-off any names from the invoice.
- Electronic payment options chosen through NIPR will immediately reflect the invoices as paid and NIPR will forward payment and renewal transactions to the state within 24 hours of that payment.
- Appointment Renewal and NIPR processing fees are non-refundable.
- Current lists of appointments are available on the North Dakota website: www.nd.gov/ndins.
- Appointments will not be renewed if payment is less than invoice total.
Frequently Asked Questions
Online printing information can be found by going to NIPR's license print page and selecting the state.
Questions or inquiries, email email@example.com
- Request a letter of clearance from the North Dakota Insurance Department by submitting a written request by email, fax or regular mail. The form for this purpose can be found here. If a producer wants to cancel his or her North Dakota resident license, the Department needs a current mailing address to which the letter of clearance will be sent.
- If a producer wants to switch their North Dakota resident license to a non-resident license, the producer should request a non-resident license in the written request for a letter of clearance. There is no fee to switch a resident license to a non-resident license. The Department needs the agent's physical residence, physical business and preferred mailing addresses in the agent's new resident state with current telephone numbers and an email address.
Agencies may submit a request to update information by forwarding a signed and dated letter directly to the North Dakota Insurance Department Agent Licensing Division. The request must include the entity name, license number, and full name of individual/entity to be added or removed.