What Are The Nonresident License Requirements?

Subject to certain reciprocity restrictions, any license type that can be issued to a resident agent can also be issued to a nonresident agent, with the exception of surplus lines, bail bond or recovery agent licenses. No pre­licensing study course or examination is required for nonresident licenses. Only those individuals who reside outside of Indiana and hold a like resident license in their home state are eligible to apply for a nonresident license in Indiana.

You may apply for licensing as a nonresident agent by submitting the following directly to the Department:

  • a completed license application form, use the Uniform Application for Individual Non­Resident License.
  • resident state Insurance Department certification, indicating that you are in good standing with your resident state requirements; and
  • applicable licensing fees (fees are reciprocal). Contact the Department if you have any questions regarding nonresident license application procedures or required forms.

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