Idaho individual non-resident licenses will expire on the last day of birth month.
Idaho non-resident renewals have a two (2) year renewal cycle.
Applicant may apply for reinstatement (late renewal) through Non-Resident Adjuster Renewal (NRAR) Application for up to one (1) year past license expiration as long as their license is inactive with an LOA status reason of failure to renew- Reinstateable.
Individual applicants with an inactive non-resident license and status reason of anything other than Failure to Renew - Reinstateable cannot renew via the NRAR application.
Applicant should be directed to the NRAL application.
All applicants with an inactive non-resident license and status reason of Voluntary Surrender cannot renew via NRAR. Applicant must apply through NRAL.
Applicants cannot renew or reinstate license day 1 through day 3 after expiration date (may apply on day 4).
Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) Rules:
In order for an applicant to designate a home state during the application process, the applicant must NOT have an active non-resident adjuster license on the Producer Database (PDB) in any state.
If designated home state license is inactive at the time of application allow applicant to select another non-resident state with an active adjuster license as the designated home state.
Applicants will not be allowed to hold an active resident producer (non-adjuster) license in a state that licenses resident adjusters, and designate an active non-resident adjuster license as their home state license.
Applicants who hold an active resident producer (non-adjuster) license in a state that DOES NOT license resident adjusters will be deferred to the state for further review.
Applicants who hold only an active producer (non-adjuster) resident license in a state that offers adjuster licensing, may not use the current resident producer (non-adjuster) license to apply for non-resident adjuster license.
Applicants who only hold an active producer (non-adjuster) resident license in a state that DOES NOT offer adjuster licensing may use the current resident producer (non-adjuster) license to apply for 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.
Applicant may select Idaho as Adjuster Designated Home State while renewing their Non Resident Idaho license.
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.
Failure to supply the necessary documents within ninety (90) days of application will result in denial of the application.