Third-Party Administrator (TPA) Renewal Instructions

Pursuant to NRS 683A.08526, a Certificate of Registration is valid for three years, after which the Certificate becomes inactive if not renewed. Failure to timely renew the Certificate of Registration is a violation of NRS 683A.0893 and will result in administrative fines and reporting to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC).

It is the TPA’s responsibility to know the expiration date of its Certificate of Registration. You can verify the information on your most recent Certificate or on the Division’s website using the Verify a License tool and selecting the Agency Lookup icon.

Fee payment and submission of the required documentation is through the Sircon portal at www.sircon.com/nevada. Access to the online renewal becomes available approximately 90 days prior to the expiration date. Note that all supporting documentation, including Division forms and/or copies of administrative actions, must be uploaded at the time the renewal is submitted. Missing or incomplete information will delay processing of your renewal.

TPAs not seeking renewal will be required to complete a statement regarding transfer of Nevada business. Contact tpamail@doi.nv.gov for more information.

Note that renewal of the Certificate is required every 3 years while the annual report is required every year. These are separate statutory requirements.

Please click on the links below to navigate the TPA website, or you may also use the links on the left menu.

Contact Information
Mandatory Reporting
Voluntary Surrender