OKLAHOMA Non-Resident Adjuster License Renewal
Contacts & FAQs
There are no announcements for Oklahoma at this time.
||Accepts adjuster for individuals electronically.
Accepts adjuster for business entities electronically.
Accepts Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS)
||Accepts partial renewals.
||Print licenses electronically.
* Business entities will renew using
Non-Resident Renewals rather than
Non-Resident Adjuster Renewals.
After license expiration date, applicant must apply as a new applicant through NIPR's Non-Resident Adjuster License (NRAL) Application.
||Renewal Period Begins
||Renewal Period Ends
Ninety (90) days prior to expiration date
To print your license, click the state on
NIPR's Producer Licensing Map.
If applicant submits a partial renewal, another partial renewal
application for the same license type cannot be submitted within
the same renewal period.
P.O. Box addresses will not be accepted for resident or business addresses.
If applicant has an inactive Oklahoma license with any of the
following status reasons they must contact the
for reactivation: "by Commissioner's order" (359),
"deceased" (23), "revoked" (12),
"revoked by state administrative action" (1950).
The ADHS selected must be one of the states listed below.
Accepted DHS states:
- New Hampshire
- North Carolina
Please note that license class names can vary by state.
||Line of Authority (LOA)
||Crime & Fidelity Bonds
||Crop / Hail
* Applications for Other lines of authority will defer to
state for approval.
Applicant may reinstate an inactive line of authority (LOA) on
an active license as long as the LOA has been inactive for less
than one (1) year from the status date. Reinstatements must be
done through NIPR's
Non-Resident Adjuster License
Fees shown are state fees only. These fees do not include NIPR
License Class / Line of Authority Combination
||Renewal Fee *
||Reinstatement Fee *
|Adjuster / All LOA's
||$30.00 (single LOA's)
|Adjuster / All LOA's
||$50.00 (multiple LOA's)
* Per application.
** Reinstatement fee is charged in addition to standard
State specific/non-uniform question:
A licensed adjuster in the state of Oklahoma must complete the
required Continuing Education (CE) hours as set forth by
A licensed adjuster may complete CE requirements in a state
where the non-resident licensee is currently licensed and has
a CE requirement.
Question: Have you met one of the Continuing Education
requirements above? (I understand that at the request of the
Oklahoman insurance Department, I may be required to submit
the course completions.)
Last Update: 3/12/2019