Entity Licensing

Entity Licensing

The Mississippi Insurance Department offers the following types of entity licenses, renewal instructions and links. Click on the links (where available) for application instructions and forms. 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.

Licenses can be renewed electronically, unless otherwise noted at www.sircon.com or www.nipr.com.


Use the index below to go directly to a particular section on this page:


Entity Licensing Online Services

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AgencyEDGE

AgencyEDGE combines access to PDB data with electronic regulatory processes, in one integrated service. The service delivers faster compliance processing without an expensive software investment. Convenient email notifications provide you with advanced insight when your producers’ applications change status with the state. Streamlined payment processing means you can pay all state fees on one convenient monthly statement, rather than issuing 50 different payments. You can rely on knowledgeable customer service representatives to assist you with transactions, provide you with informed answers to your questions and update you when regulatory requirements change. If a transaction error occurs, AgencyEDGE provides a detailed explanation and instructions, and holds the transaction in a queue so that you can fix errors in advance rather than needlessly paying the state for declined transactions.

AgencyEDGE

Click the AgencyEDGE button to apply, renew,manage agency licenses on Sircon/Vertafore; receive automatic email notifications, perform state-required compliance transactions on behalf of all your producers through direct, electronic connections to the states.

Click Here to view more information about AgencyEDGE.


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Entity Licensing Forms


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Additional Forms


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Insurance Producer Entity Renewal

The Insurance Producer Entity biennial renewal invoices are mailed the week of March 26. Licenses may be renewed online 67 days prior to the expiration date. You may choose to return your paper renewal application and the license fee to the Department by the expiration date.

Non-residents: 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 Insurance Producer Entity or NAIC Uniform application or apply on-line.

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


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Limited Lines Insurance Producer Entity Renewal

The Limited Lines Insurance Producer Entity biennial renewal invoices are mailed the week of March 26. Licenses may be renewed online 67 days prior to the expiration date. You may choose to return your paper renewal application and the license fee to the Department by the expiration date.

Non-residents: 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 Limited Business Entity or NAIC Uniform application or apply on-line at www.sircon.com.

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


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Limited Lines Credit Insurance Producer Entity Renewal

The Limited Lines Credit Insurance Producer Entity biennial renewal invoices are mailed the week of March 26. Licenses may be renewed online 67 days prior to the expiration date. You may choose to return your paper renewal application and the license fee to the Department by the expiration date.

Non-residents: 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 Limited Lines Credit Insurance Producer Entity or NAIC Uniform application or apply on-line.

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


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Managing General Agent (MGA) Renewal

Managing General Agent business entity biennial renewal invoices are mailed the week of March 26. 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.


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Reinsurance Intermediary Manager/Broker Renewal

Reinsurance Intermediary Manager/Broker business entity 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).


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Supervising General Agent Renewal

Supervising General Agent business entity biennial renewal invoices are mailed the week of March 26. Licenses may be renewed online 67 days prior to the expiration date. You may choose to return your paper renewal application and the license fee to the Department by 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.


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Third Party Administrator Renewal

Third Party Administrator business entity renewal invoices are mailed 67 days in advance of expiration. Licenses may be renewed online 67 days prior to the expiration date. You may choose to return your paper renewal and the license fee to the Department to be received by the expiration date.

Licenses not renewed during the renewal cycle require a new application to be submitted. A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure. There is not a penalty fee.

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


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Portable Electronics Insurance Producer Business Entity Renewal

Portable Electronics Insurance Producer entity biennial renewal invoices will be mailed out the week of October 25. Licenses may be renewed online 67 days prior to the expiration date.

License not renewed during renewal cycle require a new application to be submitted. A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure. There is not a penalty fee.


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Viatical Settlement Provider Business Entity Renewal

Viatical Settlement Provider business entity renewal invoices are mailed the week of October 25. This license is not available to be renewed on-line. Please mail completed renewal invoice with license fee to the Department to be received by the expiration date.

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

Licenses not renewed during the renewal cycle require a new application to be submitted. A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure. There is not a penalty fee.


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Viatical Settlement Business Entity Representative or Broker Renewal

Viatical Settlement renewal invoices are mailed the week of October 25. This license is not available to be renewed on-line. Please mail completed renewal invoice with license fee to the Department to be received by the expiration date.

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

Licenses not renewed during the renewal cycle require a new application to be submitted. A reinstatement will result in a lapse in licensure. There is not a penalty fee.

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Individual and Entity Adjuster Renewal

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: licensing@mid.ms.gov 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.


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