NEW HAMPSHIRE Non-Resident Adjuster License Renewal for Individuals


Primary Rules    |   License Printing    |   Business Rules   |   State Offerings   |   License Fees   |   Contacts & FAQs

State Announcements

There are no announcements for New Hampshire at this time.

Effective Jan 1, 2015 our courtesy renewal reminder notifications will only be emailed to the business email address on file with this Department approximately 60 days prior to expiration. We will no longer mail reminders. Per NH RSA 402-J:7(VI) the department shall be informed of any address changes within 30 days of the change. DO NOT DELAY updating email addresses.

Primary Rules




Accepts adjuster for individuals electronically.


Accepts adjuster for business entities electronically.


Accepts Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) electronically.


Accepts partial renewals.


Print licenses electronically.

Renewal Period

License Class

Renewal Period Begins

Renewal Period Ends


Ninety (90) days prior to expiration date

Oct 1 Biennially

New Hampshire adjuster licenses expire biannually on October 1st.

Failure to renew by the license expiration date will result in cancellation of your license and appointments. To reinstate after expiration: a new adjuster application and fee of $150 will be required, per RSA: 400-A:29 ($75 License fee +$75 late fee). Process reinstatements at, select "APPLY for LICENSE". Do not select Renew.

License Printing

To print your license, click the state on NIPR's Producer Licensing Map.

Business Rules

Applicant must hold an active renewable license in New Hampshire.

Applicants with a status reason of revoked or suspended will not be allowed to apply electronically.

If applicant is submitting Adjuster Designated Home State renewal, the applicant will not be permitted to change the Designated Home State to or from New Hampshire.

Applicant may select New Hampshire as Adjuster Designated Home State while renewing their Non Resident New Hampshire license, only if New Hampshire is currently listed as the Designated Home State on PDB.

Applicants who currently have New Hampshire listed as the designated home state on their New Hampshire license on PDB must be CE compliant prior to renewing.

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.  If submitting to the state please send:

  • a written statement explaining the circumstances, and
  • a copy of the official document which demonstrates the resolution of the charges, or any final judgment

Please include on any and all correspondence:

  • Name
  • SSN / FEIN
  • NIPR transaction number

State Offerings

Please note that license class names can vary by state.

License Class

Line of Authority (LOA)


Property & Casualty (including Workers' Compensation)


Property & Casualty (excluding Workers' Compensation)


Workers' Compensation

Renewal Fees

Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR transaction fees.

License Class / LOA Combination

Renewal Fee *

Late CE Fee**

Adjuster / All LOA's



* Per application.
** If applicant is using New Hampshire as the Designated Home State they must be CE compliant. If CE is completed after CE compliance period (8/1) but before expiration (10/1) and license renewed prior to expiration then a $25 late CE fee will be added to the renewal fee.

For Resident Producers , Resident Adjusters and Non-Resident Adjusters with NH as their DHS, Continuing Education must be completed 60 days prior to license expiration to avoid penalty fees.


Last Update: 11/08/2018