Renew Your Agent or Adjuster License
Insurance Agent Licenses do not renew and are valid until surrendered, canceled or revoked as respects to the following: Life, Accident & Health or Sickness, Property, Casualty, Personal Lines, Medicare Supplement Long-Term Care, Variable Life and Variable Annuity Products.
Additionally, Variable Life and Variable Annuity Products also requires that the prerequisite license Life license remains active; and Medicare Supplement Long-Term Care also requires that the prerequisite license Accident & Health or Sickness remains active.
Resident Insurance Agent Requirements
Non-Resident Insurance Agent Requirements
North Carolina will recertify Non-Resident Agent licenses by reviewing their license status in their Home State. If a Non-Resident Agent's Home State license(s) are in good standing their North Carolina Non-Resident Agent license(s) will be extended.
For both Initial and Renewal license applications for Purchasing Groups the required documentation, to include your name and NIPR transaction number, should be submitted for review directly to the NC Licensing Office of Pearson VUE by one of the below methods:
FAX (Toll Free): 888-959-3010
NC Licensing Office of Pearson VUE
PO Box 14209
Raleigh, NC 27620
PHONE (Toll Free): 866-265-6329
Adjuster, Broker, Corporation, Limited Representatives, Motor Vehicle Damage Appraiser, Partnership, Public Adjuster, Public Adjuster Business Entity, Self-Storage and Rental Car Agencies, Viatical Settlement Broker.
All April 1 renewals for Residents and Non-Residents are processed electronically through the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) or State Based Systems (SBS). Licenses expire on March 31, but renewal applications are available to be paid in the annual renewal period of 60 days before this date through May 30.
Individual Surplus Lines and Business Entity Surplus Lines
All September 1 license renewals for Surplus Lines licenses for Residents and Non-Residents are processed electronically through the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR). Licenses expire on August 31, but renewal applications are available to be paid in the annual renewal period of July 2 through October 30.