The Licensing Division oversees the issuance of new and renewal insurance licenses for both resident and non-resident producers, and business entities in the state of Nebraska.
The Licensing Division is transitioning our correspondence from mail to an email format. To ensure that you receive all future notifications please take a minute and verify the email address that you have on file with us. You can verify your email address, continuing education, or print your license online at statebasedsystems.com.
Beginning January 1, 2019, an approved course for continuing education shall be for a 4-year period. Any course approved prior to January 1, 2019, shall expire on January 1, 2020, or four years after the date of approval, whichever is later. The 90 day renewal window for CE expiring January 1, 2020 is now open.
Effective July 19, 2018, the Department will no longer require resident applicants to complete pre-licensing education in order to obtain a producer license.
- NE Resident license applicants, after you have passed your exam don’t forget to apply for your insurance license at NIPR.
First Time License – Residents
- Applicant registers and passes the written insurance examination for the appropriate lines of authority. Visit www.prometric.com to register for your insurance exam.
- Exam information is uploaded by Prometric to the Department of Insurance. Please allow 2-3 days for the exam information to be uploaded to our system.
- Applicant applies for a Nebraska insurance license. You must apply and be issued a Nebraska insurance license in order to sell, solicit, or negotiate insurance in the state of Nebraska. You can start the application process online at www.nipr.com and pay the license fee with a credit card, or you can submit a paper application by mail with a check for the appropriate license fee made payable to the Nebraska Department of Insurance.
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