Licensing Procedures



All individuals applying for a resident license with the Nevada Division of Insurance (Division) must furnish a complete set of fingerprints which the Commissioner may forward to the Central Repository for Nevada Criminal Records Repository and the Federal Bureau of Investigations and must attach a completed Fingerprint Background Waiver to their application.

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As required by NRS 683A and NAC 683A, candidates must satisfactorily complete an approved course of education in the fields of insurance for which they apply before they may be licensed. Candidates must satisfactorily complete twenty (20) hours of education per line of authority.

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Study Materials:

Insurance Examination:
Pearson VUE is the Division’s only authorized Testing Vendor. Test appointments may be made up to one calendar day prior to the day you wish to test, subject to availability. Pearson VUE offers the following scheduling options.

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Effective March 1, 2017, Nevada’s major and personal lines examinations will no longer score the General and State portions separately.  If you fail only one part of an exam, you may retake only the part you test on or before February 28, 2017; thereafter you will be required to retake the entire exam.

Yes Responses: 

If you have answered 'Yes' to a background screening question, documentation regarding the response must be submitted to the Division.

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Designations & Affiliations:
A producer of insurance representing an agency must be affiliated prior to selling, soliciting, or negotiating insurance on the agency's behalf. CREATE an individual association here.

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