Resident’s Requirements for Criminal History Search.
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.
Applicants must pay the applicable processing and agency fee for this service. Applicants may have their fingerprints taken by a law enforcement agency or authorized vendor. LiveScan Digital Fingerprints services are the preferred method for fingerprint processing. LiveScan Digital Fingerprinting services are also conveniently available through Pearson VUE. Applicants may register to have their fingerprints taken at the same time they register for the state exam. The LiveScan fingerprinting fee is $37.50 plus the vendor’s processing fee. Applicants will be provided a receipt which indicates the date the prints were submitted to the Nevada Criminal History Records Repository. The applicants must provide the receipt to the Division upon request.
Applicants that utilize hard copy fingerprint cards may experience delays due to the time required to manually process the paper filing.
Applicants utilizing hard copy cards must provide a money order or cashier’s check in the amount of $37.50 made payable to the Department of Public Safety (DPS) which must accompany the fingerprint cards.
Hard copy prints must include the printed name, signature, address, SSN, date of birth, place of birth, weight, height, sex, hair color, citizenship, home and business address of the person being fingerprinted as well as the date fingerprinted and signature of official taking fingerprints. The Division’s ORI number, Miscellaneous NO MNU Number, and the statutory reason for being fingerprinted must also be included on the cards. More information on completing hard copy fingerprint cards may be found here.
The commissioner may suspend, revoke or refuse to continue the license if the applicant’s criminal history report shows a conviction or other criminal activity that was not disclosed on a licensing application.
Persons with questions concerning licensing issues may contact the producer licensing section in Carson City at (775) 687-0700, option 1, (702) 486-4595 in Las Vegas or anywhere in Nevada toll-free at 1-800-992-0900.