IMPORTANT NOTICE: Producer, Business Entity, Limited Lines Producer, Bail Bond Agent, Title Agent and Managing General Agent licenses expire on a common expiration date of March 31 of ODD years. If you apply for a license now, you will pay the initial license and application fee for a license that expires on March 31, 2017. You will also receive an invoice for the license renewal fee prior to the expiration date of that license. All applications received at the Insurance Department AFTER February 24th, 2017 will not be issued effective until April 1st, 2017, unless a specific request is made.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Vermont Individual type licenses for Adjusters, Appraisers, Consultants, Reinsurance Intermediaries, Surplus Lines Brokers and Life Settlement Broker licenses renewed on March 31, 2016. Accordingly, the license of an Individual who did not renew as of March 31, 2016 has now lapsed. Vermont does not have a “grace period” for a license renewal, and a license cannot be “reactivated”. Individuals, whose license has lapsed, must apply for a new license. In order to apply for a license, choose the license type on the main page and follow the instructions listed under How to Apply for a License.
The Department is pleased to announce it is now accepting ADHS applications. An applicant applying for a license who has designated a home state will be able to obtain a Vermont adjuster license electronically using the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR). Individuals that already hold a Vermont non-resident adjuster license and have designated a home state will be able to renew electronically using their ADHS. Please note, Vermont does not allow non-resident adjusters to designate Vermont as a home state at this time.