Utah Insurance License Requirements
Learn about the Utah insurance education needs and additional requirements for insurance licensing.
The general license requirements to obtain an insurance license in Utah are:
Fingerprinting - Exam & Licensing Procedures
The Utah Insurance Department requires all individuals applying for a resident insurance license to be fingerprinted. Fingerprinting must be done at a PSI test center, using "live scan" technology, which digitally captures and transmits the fingerprints to the Utah Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), for a criminal history background check. Fingerprinting is not required for resident licensees adding a line of authority to an existing license.
For license types that require passing an examination (IE: Resident Consultant, Resident Producer, Resident Independent Adjuster, Resident Public Adjuster), the process is as follows:
- The applicant will register by going online at PSI Exams or by calling 1-800-733-9267 to schedule an appointment for the license examination and fingerprinting to be done at a PSI test center. In addition to the PSI examination fees, there is a $20 PSI fingerprint processing fee. The applicant must schedule the appointment and pay the PSI examination and processing fees before arriving at the test center.
- After passing the examination, the candidate will apply on-line using a kiosk located at the PSI test center. Upon completing the on-line application, the applicant must print the SIRCON or NIPR confirmation page and show it to the test center supervisor as proof they have paid the FBI/BCI fingerprint fees.
- After applying for a license on-line, the applicant will have their fingerprints taken at the Prometric test center.
- Fingerprint results will be returned to the Utah Insurance Department. The department will evaluate the results and the license application prior to issuing any license.
Candidates may no longer submit a license application for pre-screening purposes prior to taking the examination. All license applications are to be submitted after successfully passing any required examinations.
Note: Passing an exam and submitting an application does not guarantee that you will be issued a license. Issuance of a license depends on review and approval of all license application materials, including application questions regarding any prior civil or criminal proceedings. Failure to disclose civil proceedings and all criminal convictions, whether a misdemeanor or felony, and any pending charges, may result in denial of your application or revocation of your license after issuance. If your license application is denied, you will be notified in writing of the reason for such denial.
After passing the exam, complete and submit your license application electronically, and pay all required nonrefundable fees with a credit card. You can apply electronically from your home or office at Sircon or NIPR. Your application and fees will be electronically forwarded to the Department. After review and approval, you will be able to print your license from Sircon. You will need the license number and last 4 digits of your social security number.
The Department no longer accepts paper applications. Paper applications submitted to the Department may be returned to the applicant, without being processed.
Company appointments do not need to accompany the individual license application and license fee, but the applicant cannot act as a producer until the appointment process is complete.
For complete details please visit the Utah Insurance Department website at: https://insurance.utah.gov/agent/producers/exam/index.php
Utah Insurance State Exam Information
Examinations are administered by PSI Exams . When an individual completes an exam registration form, either online or over the phone and pays the exam fee to PSI, PSI will send written notice to the candidate of where the exam may be taken and how to schedule the exam appointment. The easiest way to register for the exam is online at PSI Exams. You may also call PSI at 1-800-733-9267. If a candidate fails an exam, they must re-register and pay the fee to PSI again.
Candidates may no longer submit a license application for pre-screening purposes prior to taking the examination. We do not review criminal history prior to application. All license applications are to be submitted after successfully passing any required examinations.
Utah Insurance Licensing FAQs
- What do OnCourse Learning’s Utah Insurance programs include? OnCourse Learning’s Utah Insurance programs include printable lessons, multi-media reviews, interactive exercises, quizzes and comprehensive exams. All the tools you need to prepare for the state exam are included!
- Do I need to enroll in an exam prep course to prepare for my Utah Insurance Agent licensing exam? OnCourse Learning’s Utah Insurance programs include everything you need to pass your state licensing exam.
- Once I enroll, when can I start studying for my Utah Insurance Agent license? Upon enrolling, you will have immediate access to your coursework. Simply log-in using your e-mail address and password and you can get started immediately. Best of all, you will have access to your course 24/7 and from any computer with an internet connection. You can work at home, at the office, wherever is the most convenient for you!
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Utah Insurance Licensing
For more information, please contact the Utah Insurance Department at:
- Utah Insurance Department
- State Office Building Ste 3110 Capitol Hill Complex 450 N State St Salt Lake City UT 84114-6901
- Phone: 1-800-439-3805
- Website: insurance.utah.gov