Applicant must be at least 18 years of age to apply for a license.
Applicant must not have an active resident state license on the Producer Database in any state.
Applicant must provide either residence or business address that is not in the U.S. Virgin Islands on the application.
Applicants with a status reason of Revoked or Suspension-Admin Action in any state cannot apply electronically. Please contact the U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation to apply.
Applicant MUST NOT have an active resident or non-resident adjuster license on Producer Database (in any other state) in order to use the No Home State license application.
Non-U.S. Citizens must provide proof of Employment Authorization, Visa, Work Permit or Green Card to U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation.
Emergency Independent Adjuster applicants will need to inform U.S. Virgin Islands of the physical address the applicant will be residing while working in the U.S. Virgin Islands once residence is established and if it is different than the address submitted in the application. This may apply to foreign country applicants that have not established residency.
Emergency Independent Adjuster applicants will need to supply the Company Name and NAIC company code (cocode) for at least insurer (carrier) that is actively license on the Producer Database for the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Emergency Independent Adjuster licenses cannot be renewed. Virgin Islands may grant extensions on a case by case basis. Requests need to be made directly to the U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation.
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.
For phone, email, and fax number to submit documents or questions concerning documentation requirements to process your application please visit http://www.nipr.com/state_contacts/virgin_islands_state_contact.htm for the U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Banking, Insurance and Financial Regulation contact information page. Failure to submit requested documentation can result in license application being denied.