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How to become licensed as a Non-Resident Producer
We strongly recommend you review the information on the following web pages before submitting an application for licensure in Michigan:
Insurance Producer - If a background information question is answered "yes"
Guiding Principles for Michigan Insurance Producer Licensure
To request a Non-Resident Producer license in Michigan, follow these steps:
- File an Electronic Resident Licensing (ERL) application through the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) website. The application/license fee is $10.00 plus a $6.18 transaction fee. An application is valid for six months from entry into our database. For questions relating to electronic application submission, contact NIPR Customer Service at 855-674-6477.
- Michigan will rely on verification of the applicant’s Resident license through the State Producer Licensing Database in lieu of an original Letter of Certification.
How to maintain a license as a Michigan Non-Resident Producer when changing home states:
An individual holding a Michigan Non-Resident license who is moving from one state to another but wishes to maintain his or her Michigan Non-Resident license, may do so by submitting the following within 30 days of the change of legal residence or the license will be inactivated:
- All licensees, with the exception of business entities, use the Address Change Request (ACR) gateway on the NIPR website at www.nipr.com. The NAIC PDB must reflect an active resident license for the individual in order to use the ACR.
- Michigan will rely on verification of applicant's Resident license through the State Producer Licensing Database in lieu of an original Letter of Certification.