All insurance licensees can now reinstate a lapsed license electronically if it has been less than one year since the inactivation date, the Utah Department of Insurance announced.
Resident licensees can reinstate by going to Sircon’s site at www.sircon.com/utah. Non-resident licensees can reinstate on Sircon’s or NIPR’s site www.nipr.com/. Note that appointments and associations are not automatically reactivated when a license is reinstated. All appointments and associations must be re-established, the Department said.
Continuing education (CE) requirements must be met when submitting a reinstatement online. If the system still lists the CE compliance as pending, the individual should review his or her CE transcript and contact the providers of courses that do not appear there. The provider will need to upload the associated course roster. Once the roster upload has been processed by the system, the producer will be able to submit the reinstatement application.
An insurance licensee whose license expired more than one year ago will need to submit a new license application and satisfy the licensing requirements of a first-time licensee.
Anyone having problems with this process should feel free to contact the department for assistance at 801-538-3855.
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