Applicant cannot apply earlier than Ninety (90) days prior to license expiration date.
Non-Resident Independent Adjuster applicants: Late renewals/reinstatements are allowed through Non-Resident Renewal Application from thirty-one (31) days to one (1) year after expiration date. After one (1) year past expiration, applicant must apply as new through Non-Resident Adjuster License Application. These two (2) conditions only apply to applicants who have a status reason of failure to renew.
No partial renewals are allowed. Applicant must renew all lines actively held in Indiana.
The adjuster designated home state selected must have an active non-resident adjuster license on the producer database.
A non-resident independent adjuster or independent adjuster-designated home state licensee may not renew if the licensee holds an active Indiana non-resident public adjuster license.
In order for an applicant to designate a home state during the renewal application, the applicant must not have an active resident adjuster licenses on the producer database (in any state).
Applicant may not designate a home state if the resident state offers adjuster licensing.
Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR transaction fees.
|License Class / LOA Combination
||Renewal Fee *
||Late Renewal/Reinstatement Fee*
|Non-Resident Independent Adjuster
||$180.00 ($90 license fee + $90 late fee)
|Independent Adjuster - Designated Home State Indiana
If the applicant has an active resident state adjuster license in California, then the following retaliatory fees will apply.
||Renewal Fee *
||Late Renewal Fee *
||Non-Resident Independent Adjuster
||Retaliatory Renewal Fee
||$514 ($257 license fee + $257 late fee)
* Per application.