Applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
Applicant must maintain his or her principal place of residence in Nebraska.
Applicant must pass a written examination to determine competence to act as a licensed producer in the lines of insurance (LOAs) for which such applicant is applying for.
- Visit www.prometric.com to register for your insurance exam.
- Exam information is uploaded by Prometric to the Department of Insurance. Please allow 2-3 days for the exam information to be uploaded to the state’s system.
You may apply online at www.nipr.com and pay the license fee electronically, or you may submit a paper application by mail with a check for the appropriate license fee made payable to the Nebraska Department of Insurance.
- You must apply and be issued a Nebraska insurance license in order to sell, solicit, or negotiate insurance in the state of Nebraska.
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.
- Documents include both an explanation of events and court documents.
- Some limited lines licenses require additional documentation. Please go to the Nebraska Department of Insurance website for specific requirements.
License Type Specific Qualifications
Consultant-Individual license class requires a minimum of three (3) years active license history as an insurance producer or consultant, with Life & Health or Property & Casualty line of authority in Nebraska or their resident state immediately preceding the date of application.
Resident Public Adjusters are required to be at least 18 year of age, pass the Public Adjuster Exam, provide proof of financial responsibility ($20,000), have a principal place of residence or business in Nebraska, maintain an office in this state with public access by reasonable appointment or regular business hours, be trustworthy, reliable and of good reputation, has not committed any act that is grounds for denial pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. § 44-9211, and has paid the $50.00 application fee.
Variable line requires the resident applicant to already hold or be applying for Life and Annuities line of authority in Nebraska. Applicants must provide proof of Series 6 or 7 securities license.
Surplus Lines license class requires applicant to also hold an active insurance producer license in Nebraska.
Motor Club Representative license class requires applicant to either pass the Motor Club Exam or provide proof that they have completed a Nebraska approved motor club training program through their Company. The Motor Club Representative license is a perpetual license that does not renew or expire if the licensee maintains at least one motor club appointment on PDB.
Navigator license class requires applicant to pass federal administered exam, provide certificate of proof, and notify the state of the entity navigator with which he or she is affiliated and supervised.
Insurance Producer-PreNeed license class requires applicant to list at least one Business Entity affiliation.
Managing General Agent license class requires applicant to provide proof of surety bond to the Nebraska Department of Insurance with their license application.
Utilization Review Agent must provide the Nebraska Department of Insurance with proof of approval or accreditation by URAC or NCQUA.
Funeral Insurance-Director LOA must provide proof of the Director's certificate license to the Nebraska Department of Insurance with their application.
Individual producer licenses are issued to expire the last day of the month in the licensee's birth month. Individuals born in even numbered years renew their license at the end of their birth month in the even numbered years and individuals born in odd numbered years renew their license at the end of their birth month in the odd numbered years.
If your Producer license is expired and it has been less than 30 days, you can late-renew it through the regular renewal process. A $40 late fee will be assessed on late renewals. If the license has been expired for over 30 days but less than a year you can reinstate the license by submitting a new application, $50 application fee, and the $40 late fee. Applicants must also be CE compliant.