Re-licensing Application (Individual and TBA only)
A licensee whose license expired more than 2 years ago must re-license. Our Re-licensing Application is available to the following whose licenses have expired:
- Property & Casualty BROKERS under Section 2104,
- Property Casualty AGENTS under Section 2103(b),
- Life and/or Accident/Health AGENTS under Section 2103(a).
- Life and/or Accident/Health BROKERS under Section 2104(b)(1)
- Life and General CONSULTANT under Section 2107
- Life Settlement BROKERS under Section 2137
To file for re-licensing, visit the Re-licensing Application on the DFS Portal:
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- Disable any “Pop-up Blocker” setting in your browser before using portal applications.
- Maintenance: This application may be unavailable daily from 7:30am to 7:45am for scheduled maintenance.
- Applications may not be compatible with cell phones, tablets or other mobile devices.
Residents must be qualified by re-taking the exam within the last 2 years or holding another license with the same lines of authority being applied for in this application. Applicants must attest to completing the applicable pre-qualifying course and furnish the course number or attest to having completed the pre-qualifying course when previously licensed.
Non-Residents must be in good standing and currently licensed in the declared home state with the same lines of authority being applied for in this application.
For those licensees whose license expired within the last 2 years, Continuing Education will be required at the time of your next renewal or relicensing REGARDLESS of the duration of your license period. Continuing Education courses will have to be completed on or after the effective date of the current license.
The Individual/TBA License will be issued with an expiration date determined by date of birth:
- If you were born in an even numbered year, your license will expire on your birthday in an even numbered year.
- If you were born in an odd numbered year, your license will expire on your birthday in an odd numbered year.
Your license will expire on your date of birth regardless of the length of licensing period.
For agents, all appointments are terminated the date of the expiration of a license and therefore will need to be reappointed by the sponsoring insurance company.