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What Is The Nonresident Agent's Requirements And Procedures For Obtaining A License?

  • Applicant must hold a valid agent or broker's license in his or her state of residency in the kinds of insurance for which the applicant is seeking a nonresident license in Nebraska.
  • Applicant shall be at least 19 years of age.
  • Applicant shall be competent, trustworthy, and financially responsible and have a good personal and business reputation.

Filing requirements

  1. Application for Insurance Agent's License DOI­9001. Both sides of the application must be completed in it entirety, signed and notarized.
  2. An original home state certification not more than 90 days old. No other document will be accepted in lieu of the home state certification. The certification is obtained from the applicant's home state insurance department.
  3. A check in payment of the license fee (refer to the schedule of fees below).
      license fees ­ nonresident agent's Initial Application fee................... $ 40.00
      Renewal Fee (Two­Year License) ...................................................$ 80.00
      Late Re­issuance Fee (within 30 days after expiration)......................$160.00

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