License Renewal - Individual/TBA
Currently licensed individual/tba producers can renew their license up to 180 days prior to expiration.
New - Currently licensed Property/Casualty AGENT can renew online for the 2014-2016 licensing period using the "Renew Your License" link at the bottom of this page.
Note to agents - If your status as an agent is currently "inactive" and has been "inactive" for more than 2 years you will not be eligible to renew until a licensed insurance company processes an appointment on your behalf.
- 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" setting in your browser before using portal applications.
- The application may be unavailable daily from 7:30am to 7:45am for regularly scheduled maintenance.
Printing a License
The Department no longer automatically mails paper licenses. Licenses are generated in PDF format. As soon as a license is issued, the licensee should print the license. Once a license is printed, there is a statutory $15.00 duplicate license fee for any future license print requests.
Use the Producer/Licensee Search application to determine if a license has been issued and to view the license number.
The License Renewal Application is a secured application available on the DFS portal.
Access the License Renewal Application
Once you have processed a renewal for a particular license, it is not necessary for that renewal to be processed again. If you do not think the renewal application went through please call (518) 474-6630 before processing it a second time.
If you are experiencing technical problems using this application or need additional assistance, email the Licensing Bureau at firstname.lastname@example.org.