Producer\Individual Licensing Renewal Information

The Mississippi Insurance Department offers the following producer\individual license renewal instructions and links. Licenses must be renewed before the expiration date. Questions pertaining to the licensing process should be directed to licensing@mid.ms.gov or by calling the MID Licensing Division at (601) 359-3582.

APPLICATIONS PRINTED FROM THE MID WEBSITE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED IN PLACE OF THE RENEWAL INVOICE.

Duplicate renewal invoices must be requested in writing either by fax: 601-359-1951, email: licensing@mid.ms.gov or by mail: P O Box 79, Jackson, MS 39205.

For more renewal information about a particular license type, click on a link below:


Auto Club Agent

Auto Club agent renewal invoices will be mailed the last week of January.

For those with inactive licenses, if you wish to reinstate, you may submit a first-time Auto Club agent application and notarized endorsement.


Bail Agent, Professional/Bail Enforcement or Soliciting Agent

Bail Agent licenses will renew in September in odd years (e.g. 2013, 2015, 2017). Bail Agent renewal invoices will be mailed the last week of July.

For those with inactive licenses, if you wish to reinstate, you may submit a first-time Professional Bail Agent, Bail Enforcement or Soliciting Agent application.


Burial Agent

Burial agent renewal invoices will be mailed the last week of December.

For those with inactive licenses, if you wish to reinstate, you may submit a first-time Burial agent application.


Insurance Producer / Limited Lines Insurance Producer / Limited Lines Credit Insurance Producer

Upon renewing your Insurance Producer license, a new expiration date will be calculated depending on the licensee’s birth month. Licenses will now be issued on a biennial basis with a minimum term of 13 months and a maximum term of 24 months.

It is strongly recommended that you renew your license electronically at www.sircon.com/mississippi or at www.nipr.com. All licensees who submit a clean electronic renewal application should receive their licenses in the mail within five business days. You may also choose to return your paper renewal application and the license fee to the Department by the expiration date. All licensees who choose to submit a clean paper renewal invoice should receive their licenses in the mail within fifteen business days.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).

Note: A late fee of 50% of the renewal fee will be assessed to all renewal invoices received after their renewal due date.

If you did not renew your license during previous renewal cycle, you may submit a new application to reinstate a license within twelve months of the previous expiration date. A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure and appointments. For those with inactive licenses, if you wish to reinstate, you may submit either:

  • the first-time Mississippi Insurance Producer paper application (write “Reinstate” at the top)
  • or go on-line at www.sircon.com/Mississippi “Reinstate Your License”. (Late fee is included.)

Note:

  • Late fee of $50 is imposed if reinstating license within one year after expiration.
  • Your Continuing Education must be compliant prior to reinstating. You can verify your continuing education status at www.sircon.com/Mississippi.
  • Contact your insurer after the license is reinstated to receive a new appointment.

Legal

Legal renewal invoices will be mailed the last week of December.

Non-resident renewals submit application and license fee. MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).

For those with inactive licenses, if you wish to reinstate, you may submit a first-time Legal application with notarized endorsement.


Managing General Agent (MGA) Individual

Managing General Agent Individual biennial renewal expiration date will be calculated depending on the licensee’s birth month. Licenses are issued on a biennial basis with a minimum term of 13 months and a maximum term of 24 months. Invoices will generate 67 days prior to the expiration date.

This license is not available to be renewed on-line. Please mail completed renewal invoice with license fee to the Department.

A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure if you fail to renew your license before the license expiration date.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).

A late fee of 50% is imposed if reinstating license within one year after expiration.


Reinsurance Intermediary Manager/Broker (Individual)

Reinsurance Intermediary Manager/Broker renewal invoices are mailed the third week of December. If you failed to renew your license and wish to reinstate your license, you may submit a new application. A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure. There is not a penalty fee.

This license is not available to be renewed on-line. Please mail completed renewal invoice with license fee to the Department.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).


Risk Retention Agent

Risk Retention Agent renewal invoices are mailed the last week of March.

This license is not available to be renewed on-line. Please mail the completed renewal invoice with license fee to the Department.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).


Supervising General Agent (SGA) Individual

Supervising General Agent biennial renewal expiration date will be calculated depending on the licensee’s birth month. Licenses are issued on a biennial basis with a minimum term of 13 months and a maximum term of 24 months. Licenses may be renewed online up to 67 days prior to the expiration date.

You may choose to return your paper renewal application and the license fee to the Department before the expiration date.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).

A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure if you fail to renew your license before the license expiration date.

A late fee of 50% is imposed if reinstating license within one year after expiration.


Surplus Lines Insurance Producer

Surplus Lines Insurance Producer renewal invoices are mailed 67 days prior to the expiration date. A new expiration date will be calculated depending on the licensee’s birth month. Licenses will now be issued on a biennial basis with a minimum term of 13 months and a maximum term of 24 months. You may renew your license on-line until its expiration date at www.sircon.com/Mississippi "Renew your license".

For those with inactive licenses, if you wish to reinstate, you may submit a first-time Surplus Lines Insurance Producer license application or apply on-line at www.sircon.com/Mississippi "Apply for a License".

Residents: MID staff will verify that you hold a current insurance producer license with property & casualty line of authority and two property and casualty appointments.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD) and that the licensee maintains a current insurance producer license with property and casualty lines of authority and two appointments with admitted property and casualty Insurance Companies or is licensed as a surplus lines agent in resident state.


Viatical Settlement Representative or Broker

Viatical Settlement renewal invoices will be mailed the last week of October.

Non-residents: MID staff will verify home state licensure on the national state producer licensing database (SPLD).