A license may be reinstated within 12 months of the date the license was canceled or expired.
To reinstate your license, you need to complete a reinstatement application and pay reinstatement fees online.
Individual resident, full-line producers, individual resident adjusters, and individual non-resident adjusters who are claiming Washington as their designated home state need to complete 24 hours of continuing education, three of which are ethics credits, before the reinstatement application can be completed.
Individual non-resident, full-line producers and individual non-resident adjusters (except those individual non-resident adjusters who are claiming Washington as their designated home state) do not need to meet any continuing education requirements in order to reinstate.
To reinstate, log into your account and select "Reinstate License."
Using National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR)
Reinstatements are not available through NIPR's system.
We send NIPR our license information once every 24 hours. After NIPR receives the new information, it can take anywhere from 48 hours to 10 days for it to be displayed on NIPR. If more than 10 days have passed and your information is not displaying, contact us.