The Governor has proclaimed a State of Emergency exists in the Counties of Forrest, Lamar, Perry, Marion, Jones and other parts of the state that have been affected by severe
thunderstorms and tornados beginning January 21, 2017. Adjusters may apply for the Emergency Adjuster license at www.sircon.com,
www.nipr.com or by US postal mail. An endorsement is required for this license type. If the individual already holds a MS independent adjuster
license, an emergency adjuster license is not required. For questions or concerns, please contact Licensing at email@example.com
The Mississippi Insurance Department has authorized Vertafore/Sircon to distribute license renewal notices electronically via business e-mail.
Please ensure that the department has your current business e-mail. You will not receive a printed copy of your renewal notice or a printed
license for your next renewal after December 23, 2016. You may print your license by registering at ProducerEdge or AgencyEdge on Sircon’s Website.
ProducerEdge/AgencyEdge users may print the license free for 30 days.
You may verify/update your contact information, including mailing address and current business e-mail address on the sircon site. There is not fee to
update your email or address if you are an individual. There is not a fee to update an agency/business entity email, but there is a fee to update an entity
address on Sircon. You can also download and complete an Address Change Form, then scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mississippi Insurance Department offers the following types of adjuster licenses and renewals. Click on the links (where available) for application instructions and forms. Questions pertaining to the licensing process should be directed to
email@example.com or by calling the MID Licensing Division at 601-359-3582.
Duplicate renewal invoices must be requested in writing either by fax: 601-359-1951, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail: P O Box 79, Jackson, MS 39205.
Independent Adjuster, Public Adjuster and DHS licenses issued prior to July 1, 2016 will expire on May 31, 2017. Individual Licenses issued or reinstated on July 1, 2016 or later will be given an expiration date that is the last day of the month of birth of the licensee in the second year of the license renewal, with a minimum term of 13 months. Business Entity Adjuster and Public Adjuster Entity licenses issued or reinstated on July 1, 2016 or later will expire on May 31 in the second year following issuance or renewal of the license, with a minimum term of 13 months.
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Adjuster renewal invoices are mailed the week of March 26. If you do not receive the invoice, you may email a request for a duplicate invoice to: email@example.com or fax 601-359-1951.
Or, you may renew your license on-line beginning March 26 at www.sircon.com/Mississippi "Renew your license" or www.nipr.com.
Resident and non-resident Adjuster renewals: Submit renewal invoice and license fee on-line or by mail. MID staff will verify non-resident home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).
For those with inactive licenses: To reinstate within 12 months of license expiration, apply on-line at www.sircon.com/Mississippi or www.nipr.com. or download and submit a first-time Adjuster application with required fees.
Licenses expired over 12 months: Residents must apply as a first-time adjuster on-line or by paper. Nonresidents will apply as a first time adjuster and we will verify home state licensure with reciprocal exam on the SPLD.
Note: A late fee of 50% of the renewal fee will be assessed to all renewal invoices received after May 31 and within 12 months of license expiration.