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Insurance Education Waiver Application/Affidavit of EmployerCandidates who are granted a pre-licensing education waiver will have 6 months to successfully take and pass both portions of the appropriate Maryland licensing examination. Candidates who do not take nor successfully pass both portions of the examinations within the 6-month period will have to take a pre-licensing course and apply to retake both portions of the examination.
To apply for a license as a Business Entity Title Insurance Producer, a business entity must:
pay the applicable fee of $54, required by Ins. Art. § 2-112,
complete and submit theTitle Insurance Producer Firm Application Packet which includes:
All renewal applications may be submitted online. Applicants for a license renewal must submit all of the same document requirements as an applicant for an initial Title Producer’s License. (Refer to instructions and forms above; See Ins. Art. §§ 10-121 and 10-125.)
Individual producer licenses are issued on a biennial basis to expire on the last day of the producer’s birth month. Business entity licenses expire 2 years after they are issued.
Producer Continuing Education Credit Requirements - details the CE requirements for various lines.
Note: All licensed insurance producers, regardless of age, are required to comply with Maryland’s continuing education requirements.Complete your continuing education requirements at least 30 days before your license expires to allow adequate time to process your renewal application.
Maryland Attorneys admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland by the Maryland Court of Appeals who hold a producer license to sell only Title insurance are exempt from the title continuing education requirement. Attorneys must be in good standing with the Maryland Court of Appeals and provide a letter of Good Standing from the Maryland Court of Appeals issued within the last 90 days.
The initial application packets in PDF format are available below along with the supplement forms. The completed application and all additional documents should be mailed to:The Maryland Insurance AdministrationAttn: Producer Licensing200 Saint Paul Place, Suite 2700Baltimore, Maryland 21202* Payments should be in the form or a check, money order, or cashier’s check made payable to: Maryland Insurance Administration.
In most cases, complete individual applications are processed in 10-15 business days and business entity applications are processed in 30 business days. Incomplete applications may incur delays, be rejected/denied or not be processed. Incomplete applications pending over 120 days may be rejected.
Note: All license or certificate fees are non-refundable and non-transferable whether the application has been approved, denied, cancelled, withdrawn, or when an applicant submits multiple applications for the same license or certificate.
200 St. Paul Place, Suite 2700, Baltimore, MD 21202
410-468-2000 | 1-800-492-6116 (toll free) | 1-800-735-2258 (TTY)