UPDATE: Renewals are now available for currently licensed Property/Casualty AGENT entities for the 2016 through 2018 licensing periods. Please use the "Renew Your License" link at the bottom of this page. The license must be renewed prior to its expiration date or the license will expire.
ENTITIES holding GENERAL CONSULTANT licenses can NO LONGER RENEW for the 2016 through 2018 licensing period. To RELICENSE, download the application and instructions.
The renewal for ENTITIES WITH LICENSES expiring October 31, 2016 (broker/excess line broker/life broker) will be available JULY 2016.
Individual/TBA Producers including TITLE INSURANCE AGENTS - Currently licensed individual/tba producers can renew their license up to 180 days prior to expiration using the "Renew Your License" link at the bottom of this page.
Note to agents - If your status as an agent is currently "inactive" and has been "inactive" for more than 2 years you will not be eligible to renew until a licensed insurance company processes an appointment on your behalf.
- To access Licensing applications, please use one of the following supported browsers: Internet Explorer 7 or higher; Firefox 24 or higher; Google Chrome 33, or Safari 5.1.5 or higher.
- Disable any "Pop-up Blocker" setting in your browser before using portal applications.
- The application may be unavailable daily from 7:30am to 7:45am for regularly scheduled maintenance.
- For security and identification purposes, a bar code has been added to all licenses.
Printing a License
The Department no longer automatically mails paper licenses. Licenses are generated in PDF format. As soon as a license is issued, the licensee should print the license. Once a license is printed, there is a statutory $15.00 duplicate license fee for any future license print requests.
Use the Producer/Licensee Search application to determine if a license has been issued and to view the license number.
The License Renewal Application is a secured application available on the DFS portal.
Access the License Renewal Application
Once you have processed a renewal for a particular license, it is not necessary for that renewal to be processed again. If you do not think the renewal application went through please call (518) 474-6630 before processing it a second time.
If you are experiencing technical problems using this application or need additional assistance, email the Licensing Bureau at firstname.lastname@example.org.