Once you have completed the appropriate prelicensing course, you are eligible to
sit for the insurance producer examination. You will be asked to present a valid
photo ID and an original certificate of completion from an approved prelicensing
provider when you arrive to take your examination. If you have not received the
original certificate, you may present a copy only if the notary stamp and signatures
are legible by proctor.
NOTE: Prelicensing course certificate is valid for one year from date of completion.
License Examination Exemptions
The insurance producer, adjuster, and title examinations are now available in six locations around the
state. The exam fees are non-refundable.
License Examination Fees
Producer Exam Fees - $50.00
Producer Combined Life and Health exam - $75.00 - Effective 1-1-16
Producer Combined Property and Casualty exam - $75.00 – Effective 1-1-16
Independent Adjuster Exam Fee - $75.00
Title Agent Exam Fee - $75.00
NOTE: Make sure you have your Certificate of Completion in hand before registering
for state exam.
To be directed to the University of Alabama web page and to access information about each location, please click on the city, as follows:
For persons not currently holding an active Temporary Insurance Producer or Apprentice
After successfully completing the required examination effective 1/1/2016, applicants must complete
an online application
and pay a fee of $80 for the Producer license or $110 for the Independent Adjuster license or $60 for the Title Agent license plus
the $5 NIPR transaction fee paid by credit card. Visa, Mastercard, and American Express payments will be accepted online.
NIPR FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.
For persons currently holding an active Temporary Insurance Producer or Apprentice
After successfully completing the examination, if within the time of the temporary
license dates, NIPR will automatically convert the license to a permanent license
and you should be able to print your license within 2 days. No fee is required.
NOTE: Examination certificate is valid for one year from date of completion.