NORTH CAROLINA ADJUSTER LICENSING INFORMATION
- 1 License Types
- 2 Licensing Requirements
- 3 How to Apply
- 4 Maintaining Your License
- 5 Fees
- 6 Contact
- 7 Information
Public Adjusters are licensed in North Carolina.
- Be 18 years of age or more.
- If a resident, successfully complete the Pearson VUE insurance exam.
- Some non-residents are eligible for reciprocal licensing: If you already hold an adjuster license for the same lines of authority in your home state, then you may apply for the Non-resident license without taking the North Carolina exam;
- If you have adopted another state as your home state for licensure (i.e., you have taken that state’s exam to qualify for an adjuster license), you may apply for the North Carolina Non-resident license without taking the exam;
- If you are a non-resident and you do not already hold a resident license in another state, you will have to take the North Carolina exam, applying as though you were a resident.
Reciprocal with Texas License? Yes
North Carolina does not require you to hold a license in your state of residence in order to enjoy the benefits of reciprocity through Texas.
Requires Adjuster Bond.
Type of Adjuster: Public Adjusters
Bond Expiration information: March 31 every Year
Applicants (residents or non-residents) who do not have to take the exam can apply online via NIPR and pay the application fee.
Please find the checklist for the licensing procedure in NC Here
Residents: The expiration date for self-employed insurance adjuster, company/independent firm adjuster, and public adjuster refers only to the date when CE credits are due. All license types renew their license on March 31st every year.
Non-Residents :Accepts Adjuster Designated Home State (ADHS) electronically.Applicant may not select North Carolina as their ADHS while renewing their non-resident North Carolina license. The new ADHS selected must have an active non-resident adjuster license on the PDB.Renewal period ends on March 31st
Non-resident who qualified for licensure because you were already licensed for the same lines of authority in your home state: Simply meet the CE requirements of your home state.
Non-resident who qualified for licensure by taking an insurance exam in another state: Simply meet the CE requirements for the state in which you took the exam.
As of March 25, 2013 Vertafore (formaly Sircon) is the Department's CE Administrator, handling all continuing education services; including provider approval, course approval, course roster processing and compliance calculation for licensees.
|Initial Application Processing Fee||$50|
|License Renewal Processing Fee||$40|
|License Renewal Fee||$75|
Phone: (919) 807-6800, Fax: (919) 715-3794 Attn: Licensing, Email: click here to email a member of the licensing department.