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Utah: NIPR Paper Licensing
UTAH: PAPER LICENSING

This page provides state-specific checklists, application forms and contacts for paper resident and non-resident licensing in the State of Utah.

Non-Resident Licensing Checklist for Business Entities

Appointment Requirements

  • Appointments are to be done electronically by the Insurer. Please contact your in-house licensing administrator for further instructions.

Other Requirements

  • Must be licensed in good standing in the agency's home state for all lines for which the agency is applying for a non-resident license.
  • Per UAC R590-244, additional documentation in connection with applications must be submitted via the NIPR Attachment Warehouse.
  • In reference to question 25 on the business application, Utah does not require that the agent designated to act on behalf of the business entity be an officer or partner in the business entity.  The designee need only be licensed as a licensed producer in the state.
  • Utah's required method of application for Non-Residents is electronic. Licenses must be applied for on-line and paid for with an e-check or a major credit card.
  • To verify that the license has been approved and processed go to www.insurance.utah.gov and click on 'Search for Company & Agent'.
  • To obtain a hard copy once license is processed, go to www.sircon.com/utah and click on 'Print Your License'.
  • Third Party Administrator applicants must submit documentation of the insurance policy or surety bond as required by Utah Code Annotated Section 31A-25-205. Submit by email to caburton@utah.gov or by fax, Attn: Cathy Burton at 801-538-3830.

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Non-Resident Licensing Checklist for Individuals

Appointment Requirements

  • Appointments are to be done electronically by the Insurer. Please contact your in-house licensing administrator for further instructions.

Other Requirements

  • Must be licensed in good standing in your home state for all lines for which you are applying for a non-resident license.
  • Per UAC R590-244, additional documentation in connection with applications must be submitted via the NIPR Attachment Warehouse.
  • FINRA Status requirements: Prior to applying for a Variable Contracts license, an individual must be properly licensed as a Securities broker-dealer or agent and the FINRA Central Registration Depository (CRD) report must reflect that the individual is "Approved" to do business in Utah.
  • Utah's required method of application for Non-Residents is electronic. Licenses can be applied for on-line and paid for with an e-check or a major credit card.
  • To verify that the license has been approved and processed go to www.insurance.utah.gov and click on 'Search for Company & Agent'.
  • To obtain a hard copy once license is processed, go to www.sircon.com/utah and click on 'Print Your License'.
  • Third Party Administrator applicants must submit documentation to the UT DOI of the insurance policy or surety bond as required by Utah Code Annotated Section 31A-25-205. Submit to NIPR attachment warehouse.

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Resident Licensing Checklist for Business Entities

Appointment Requirements

  • Appointments are to be done electronically by the Insurer. Please contact your in-house licensing administrator for further instructions.

Other Requirements

  • Submit application online at www.sircon.com/utah. The fee is $85.00 for an initial agency license; $25.00 for adding line(s) of authority to an existing license. Fees are paid with an e-check or major credit card.
  • In reference to question 25 on the business application, Utah does not require that the agent designated to act on behalf of the business entity be an officer or partner in the business entity.  The designee need only be licensed as a licensed producer in the state.
  • To verify that the license has been approved and processed go to www.insurance.utah.gov and click on 'Search for Company & Agent'.
  • To obtain a hard copy once license is processed, go to www.sircon.com/utah and click on 'Print Your License'.
  • Third Party Administrator applicants must submit documentation to the UT DOI of the insurance policy or surety bond as required by Utah Code Annotated Section 31A-25-205. Submit by email to caburton@utah.gov or by fax, Attn: Cathy Burton at 801-538-3830

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Resident Licensing Checklist for Individuals

Appointment Requirements

  • Appointments are to be done electronically by the Insurer. Please contact your in-house licensing administrator for further instructions.

Other Requirements

  • Submit license application online at www.sircon.com/utah. The application fee is $75.00 for an initial full line individual license; $50.00 for an initial limited line individual license; and $25.00 for adding line(s) of authority to an existing license. Individuals applying for an initial resident insurance license must also be fingerprinted for a criminal background check. Fingerprinting is to be done at a Prometric test center, using "live scan" technology. Fingerprint fee of $39.25 to be paid in addition to the license application fee at the time of application. There will also be a separate $20 fingerprint processing fee required by Prometric at time of scheduling the fingerprint
  • FINRA Status requirements: Prior to applying for a Variable Contracts license, an individual must be properly licensed as a Securities broker-dealer or agent and the FINRA Central Registration Depository (CRD) report must reflect that the individual is "Approved" to do business in Utah.
  • Utah's required method of application is electronic. Resident licenses can be applied for on-line at www.sircon.com/utah and paid for with an e-check or a major credit card.
  • To verify that the license has been approved and processed go to www.insurance.utah.gov and click on 'Search for Company & Agent'.
  • To obtain a hard copy once license is processed, go to www.sircon.com/utah and click on 'Print Your License'.
  • Third Party Administrator applicants must submit documentation to the UT DOI of the insurance policy or surety bond as required by Utah Code Annotated Section 31A-25-205. Submit by email to caburton@utah.gov or by fax, Attn: Cathy Burton at 801-538-3830.

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DISCLAIMER

The National Insurance Producer Registry ("NIPR") populates the State Matrix of Business Rules ("State Matrix") with information provided directly from participating state insurance departments. Participating states are encouraged to provide updated information when appropriate. NIPR does not guarantee the completeness, accuracy or adequacy of the information in the State Matrix. The information in the State Matrix does not constitute legal advice and use of this information is at user's own risk and responsibility. Any questions regarding the interpretation of the rules or the accuracy of the information should be directed to the appropriate state insurance department.

Uniform Application for Business Entities

Uniform Application for Individuals

Non-Resident Licensing

Utah accepts the Uniform Licensing Application for nonresident business entities and individuals.

Resident Licensng

Utah accepts the Uniform Licensing Application for resident business entities and individuals.

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