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Initial Resident Application Steps

The initial resident producer license application process consists of the following three steps:

  1. PRE-LICENSING EDUCATION. Complete a pre-licensing education course from an IDOI-approved course provider. Approved courses may be located at by selecting "Look Up Education Courses/Credits" and selecting "Approved Courses Inquiry."

    A Pre-licensing Education Certificate of Completion will be issued by your pre-licensing education provider at the end of your course. The certificate is valid for six months. Under Indiana Code 27-1-15.6-6(c), you must pass your exam and apply for your license during this six-month period.
  2. EXAMINATION. Pass the Indiana Producer Examination. Follow the Examination Procedure and Guidelines to properly schedule and prepare for an examination. *Note: Certain lines of authority do not require an examination.*

    Life, Health, Life & Health, Property & Casualty and Personal Lines examinations include the IN State Laws & Regulations. Individuals who receive a waiver of pre-licensing education are only required to complete the State Laws & Regulations examination. If the wrong examination is completed, you will be required to retake the correct exam prior to your license being issued.
  3. ONLINE APPLICATION. Submit a license application online through either or There is a nonrefundable application fee of $40 and an online processing fee. NOTE: Applicants may check the status of their applications online through by selecting "Check license application status," or through through the "Licensing Center" section.

More information on these initial license application steps may be viewed online through