Renewal and Reapplication Procedures
Online Renewal Information
A courtesy notice is mailed to the licensees mailing address of record about two months prior to the expiration date as a reminder that the license expiration date is approaching. It is the licensee’s responsibility to maintain current address and email information with the Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) at all times. Like many other states and jurisdictions, the Division has mandated electronic renewal applications for the following license types:
- Resident producers; surplus lines brokers; independent, public, and associate adjusters
- Nonresident producers; surplus lines brokers; independent, public, and associate adjusters
Resident and nonresident electronic renewals must be submitted online utilizing SIRCON or NIPR. The electronic renewal process is available 24/7 and must be completed prior to the license expiration. Those individuals and business entities submitting online renewals through SIRCON may print their renewed license online for free for 30 days following the online renewal submission. Online processing fees apply.
Resident, individual licensees are subject to Nevada’s continuing education (CE) requirements. Nevada requires resident producers to complete 30 hours of CE within a three year renewal period. Three (3) of the 30 hours must be in the category of ethics. You may utilize the SIRCON link to access a list of approved CE providers and Nevada specific courses. Upon completion of the CE course the CE provider will upload the completion into the licensees CE transcripts which may be verified on the Sircon website.
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Many license types may not be renewed online. For those license types it will be necessary to complete the renewal form, attach the applicable fee and submit to the Division prior to the expiration date indicated on the renewal.