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IDOI > Licensing > Non-Resident Adjuster License Renewal Requirements Non-Resident Adjuster License Renewal Requirements

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Non-Resident Independent Adjuster License Renewal Requirements

IC 27-1-28 - Independent Adjuster Licensing

License Renewal

An Independent Adjuster license is effective for a minimum of two (2) years after the date of issuance unless probated, suspended, revoked, or refused and renews on the last day of the individuals birth month.

For a non-resident Independent Adjuster license to be renewed:

  1. The non-resident Independent Adjuster must:
    1. Maintain a valid resident Independent Adjuster license in the Independent Adjuster's home state; and
    2. Remit to the Department a non-resident Independent Adjuster license renewal fee of ninety dollars ($90), unless a retaliatory fee applies; and
  2. The Independent Adjuster's home state must award non-resident Independent Adjuster licenses to residents of Indiana on the same basis.

The non-resident Independent Adjuster license renewal application and renewal fee may be submitted online through either Sircon.com or NIPR.com. There is an electronic processing fee.

License Termination or Reinstatement

If a non-resident Independent Adjuster's home state license terminates for any reason other than issuance of a new resident Independent Adjuster license in a new home state, the person shall immediately surrender the non-resident Independent Adjuster license with the Department.

If an Independent Adjuster license expires, the Independent Adjuster may, within twelve (12) months after the date of expiration, be reissued an Independent Adjuster license upon receipt by the Commissioner of:

  1. A request for reissuance, as prescribed by the Commissioner; and
  2. A reissuance fee of one hundred and eighty dollars ($180).

The non-resident Independent Adjuster license reinstatement/renewal application and reinstatement/renewal fees may be submitted online through either Sircon.com or NIPR.com. There is an electronic processing fee.

Extenuating Circumstances

An Independent Adjuster who is unable to comply with the license renewal requirements may request a waiver of the renewal requirements from the Department due to the following:

  1. Military service;
  2. Long-term medical disability; or
  3. Another extenuating circumstance determined by the Commissioner. 

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Non-Resident Public Adjuster License Renewal Requirements

IC 27-1-27 - Public Adjusters

License Renewal

Public Adjuster licenses expire on December 31st of every year. For a non-resident Public Adjuster license to be renewed:

  1. The non-resident Public Adjuster must:
    1. Maintain a valid resident Public Adjuster license in the Public Adjuster's home state; and
    2. Remit to the Department a non-resident Public Adjuster license renewal fee of $50 (unless a retaliatory fee applies); and
    3. Attach surety bond continuation certificate to the renewal application; and
  2. The Public Adjuster's home state must award non-resident Public Adjuster licenses to residents of Indiana on the same basis.

The non-resident Public Adjuster license renewal application and renewal fee may be submitted online through either Sircon.com. There is an electronic processing fee. Be sure to attach surety bond continuation certificate to the renewal application.

License Termination and Reinstatement

If a non-resident Public Adjuster's home state license terminates for any reason other than issuance of a new resident Public Adjuster license in a new home state, the person shall immediately surrender the non-resident Public Adjuster license with the Department.

If a Public Adjuster license expires, the Public Adjuster must complete initial non-resident license application requirements.

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