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Printing a New License

The Department no longer automatically mails paper licenses. As soon as a license is issued, the licensee should electronically print the license. Licenses are generated in PDF format.

To log in, the license number is required. Use the Producer/Licensee Search application (a secured Licensing application that allows you to search our Licensed Agents, Brokers, and Adjusters) to determine if a license has been issued and to view the license number.

Click on Electronic License Request below to print a license.

Obtaining a Duplicate License

A duplicate license is requested when a current/renewed license is lost or destroyed by the licensee. Before a duplicate license is generated, you will be required to attest that the license was either lost or destroyed.

Once a license has been printed once , there is a $15.00 duplicate license fee for any future license print requests. Credit card payment is the only payment option available for this process.

Click on Electronic License Request below to request a duplicate license.

Electronic License Request


  • To access Licensing applications, please use one of the following supported browsers: Internet Explorer 7 or higher; Firefox 24 or higher; Google Chrome 33, or Safari 5.1.5 or higher.
  • Disable any "Pop-up Blocker" settings in your browser before using this application.
  • This application may be unavailable daily from 7:30am to 7:45am for regularly scheduled maintenance.
  • For security and identification purposes, a bar code has been added to all licenses.

Electronic License Request and electronic Duplicate License Requests are not available to Service Contract Registrants, Life Settlement Providers, or Life Settlement Intermediaries.

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Updated 10/20/2014


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