For Producers

The MIA appreciates your patience as we modernize our licensing systems. We are working through some implementation issues with SBS2016 and are experiencing slight processing delays.​​

Important Licensing Information

Online Licensee Services

 

The Maryland Insurance Administration recommends that all licensees register for the State Based Systems Online Licensee Services (OLS). OLS is a fast, convenient service available to licensees and license administrators to receive notifications of license renewal, address change, continuing education compliance, and other license services. To register for OLS click HERE.​​​

Online Applications and Services

 

Resident and non-resident individuals and entities may submit initial and renewal applications for all license and registration types online via the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) at www.nipr.com. Applicants also may:

Licensees and registrants may view existing license data using the Licensee Look-Up tool or may Print License Copies via the State Based Systems at www.statebasedsystems.com. ​

Frequently Asked Questions

Other Useful Links

 

Licensing Examinations

PSI is the Maryland Insurance Administration's vendor for examination services. To schedule an initial exam or exam retake, visit www.psiexams.com or call PSI at 1-800-733-9267.

Continuing Education

PROMETRIC is the Maryland Insurance Administration's vendor for continuing education services. For information regarding course offerings or to view your CE transcript, visit www.prometric.com or call 1-800-324-4592

*If you are attempting to renew a resident producer license, please note that course providers have 30 days to report your successful completion of a course to Prometric. If you have taken a course that has not yet been "banked," mail your application and renewal fee directly to the Maryland Insurance Administration prior to your license expiration date to avoid paying the additional $100 reinstatement fee.

The mailing address is:

Maryland Insurance Administration
Attn: Producer Licensing Unit
200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700
Baltimore, MD 21202

*Payments should be in the form of a check, money order, or cashier's check made payable to Maryland Insurance Administration.

Applications and Frequently Requested Forms

License change request forms and additional documentation may be emailed to producerlicensing.mia@maryland.gov or faxed to 410-468-2399.

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