Due to the current state of emergency, we are unable to meet in person with the public. However, we will be able to provide you with the service you need by phone or by email.
Hurricane Ida: Constituents may call 1-800-621-3362 or TTY 1-800-462-7585. Hours: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET, 7 days a week
Website Info: DisasterAssistance.gov and FEMA.gov/disaster/hurricane-ida
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IMPORTANT Non-Resident Notice: All non-resident licenses (individual and business entities) are required to renew by February 28, 2021.
Resident Renewal Information
Email the Producer Licensing division. The phone number for Producer Licensing is (302) 674-7390 and the fax number is (302) 736-7906.
This web page contains links to services provided to Producers, Adjusters, Appraisers, Surplus Lines Brokers, Public Adjusters, Fraternal Producers, Limited Lines Producers, Apprentice Adjusters/Appraisers, and Business Entities. Please contact the Producer Licensing Division with any questions.
Producers in the Health Insurance Marketplace
Operational Tips for Completing Agent/Broker Registration for the Federally-facilitated Marketplaces (FFM)
Company Appointment Listings
View and print company appointment listings .
Discount Medical Plan Organizations
All Discount Medical Plan Organizations are required to report the most recent audited and most current un-audited financial statement to the Department by March 31st of each year. Please fax this information to (302) 736-7906 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org attention Producer Licensing. Include the full name, license number and FEIN of the DMPO on the submission.
Licensing Procedures. The Department will only accept electronic license and renewal applications (please see Agent Bulletin No. 15). Applicants may apply online through the NIPR (National Insurance Producer Registry). The NIPR Gateway is a communication network that electronically links state insurance departments with the entities they regulate. The website address to submit an application is: www.nipr.com.
Licensing Applications/Forms (Paper applications are only accepted if the license request cannot be completed at www.nipr.com )
IMPORTANT: Upon obtaining a Surplus Lines license, all Surplus Lines licensees are expected to be aware of Delaware’s Surplus Lines Broker filing procedures. This information is available at: insurance.delaware.gov/surpluslines/.
Request and download a list of licensees.
SBS Online Licensee Services
For license administrators and licensees. In addition to the services in SBS Connect, SBS Online Licensee Services (OLS) allows the user to print licenses an unlimited number of times, to view detailed license information and to make address changes for both individuals and business entities. The fee for OLS is $5.95 per year, per licensee.
Information for Licensees:
Information for Continuing Education Course Providers:
- Continuing Education Requirements (Regulation 504 )
- Continuing Education Course and Provider List
- Continuing Education Course Submissions Online
- Instructions for reporting course rosters (Online CE – Quik Start)
- NAIC Uniform Continuing Education Reciprocity Course Filing Form
- Continuing Education Course Report Form
IMPORTANT The SBS website is best viewed by using Internet Explorer (IE) versions 7 or 8. Contact the SBS Help Desk for more information at (816) 783-8990 or email: email@example.com.
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