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Association Maintenance

A producer of insurance representing an agency must be affiliated (associated) prior to selling, soliciting, or negotiating insurance on the agency's behalf.

NRS 683A.251(2)(b) requires at least one licensed producer authorized to transact business on behalf of the agency be affiliated to the agency license (this initial affiliation is what most refer to as the "Designated Individual"). NRS 683A.251(2)(c) and NRS 683A.365 require any other person authorized to transact business on behalf of the agency also to be affiliated. The initial affiliate and all subsequent affiliates are all tracked equally by the Division as they all have been given authority to transact business on behalf of the agency.


How to CREATE an Affiliation

You may create an affiliation in the following manner utilizing the Division’s Licensing Portal. Clicking on the Maintain your firm association tab on the left hand side of the screen, you will:

  • Enter the firm’s EIN or License Number and select Nevada, and then click the search tab.
  • Select “CREATE” to add a new individual association.
  • Add the individual’s SSN and Last Name
  • Add your payment information and receive your confirmation notification advising you that the process is complete.

If you are unable to create the affiliation online, you may download this form and send it to the Division with the applicable fees ($60). 


How to TERMINATE an Affiliation

You may terminate an affiliation in the following manner utilizing the Division’s Licensing Portal. Clicking on the Maintain your firm association tab on the left hand side of the screen, you will:

  • Enter the firm’s EIN or License Number and select Nevada, and then click the search tab.
  • Select “TERMINATE” to remove the individual association.
  • Add the individual’s SSN and Last Name
  • Add your payment information and receive your confirmation notification advising you that the process is complete. 

If you are unable to terminate the affiliation online or if the termination is “for cause” (as defined by NRS 683A.451), you may download this form and send it to the Division with the appropriate supporting documentation.