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Beginning November 1, 2010, paper renewals will no longer be available to non-resident producers. In addition, the Department will no longer mail renewal notices through the U.S. mail. All renewal notices will be sent electronically to the email address the Department has on file through Sircon. If the Department does not have a valid, current email address, the producer will not receive a renewal notice. It is the producer's responsibility to provide the Department with a valid email address and update it when necessary through their Sircon ProducerEDGE account or with the Department.
Indiana Code section 27-1-15.6.-7 requires an insurance producer to maintain a current address with the Department, and the Department now requires a current email address as well. Failure to provide a valid email address or inform the Department of a change in your email address could subject you to penalties under Indiana's insurance code. Please note there is a $100.00 penalty for failure to report a change of address within 30 days of the change.
If for some reason you do not receive a renewal notice, it is still your responsibility to renew your license. If you do not receive a renewal notice at least 30 days prior to the license expiration date you may go online to renew either at www.sircon.com or www.NIPR.com.
A license issued or renewed after July 1, 2012 is for a 2-year period with an expiration date on the last day of the producer's birth month. Public Adjuster licenses expire annually on December 31st.
Effective September 9, 2011, the fee to receive or renew a non-resident producer license for Illinois resident producers will increase to $250.00. Indiana Code § 27-1-20-12(a) requires the Department to impose fees on other states' insurance professionals equal to what the other state charges Indiana's insurance professionals. Illinois imposes a $250.00 fee for a two-year non-resident producer license; therefore, Indiana must impose an equal fee to Illinois producers applying for or renewing non-resident producer licenses in Indiana. Other increased fees for Illinois non-resident licenses are listed below: