Insurance is mostly regulated on a state-by-state basis, with each state and U.S. territory determining their own legal standards and procedures. Here you can find state-specific information such as department of insurance contacts; read FAQs about licensing, carrier appointments, and Just-In-Time requirements; and stay up to date with relevant articles and blogs.
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Effective October 13, 2023 South Carolina will add a new license class Pharmacy Service Administrative Organization for business entities.
Effective October 17, 2023, Michigan will allow individual applicants to change the state code of the mailing address to any state. However, Michigan individual residents’ business address state code must be one of the following: - Michigan - Indiana - Ohio - Wisconsin - Illinois
Effective October 13, 2023, Connecticut will be updating business rule for Revoked status to defer to the state instead of reject for both individuals and business. This will apply to Resident Licensing, Resident Licensing Renewals, Non-Resident Licensing, Non-Resident Renewals, Non-Resident Adjuster Licensing, Non-Resident Adjuster Renewal, No Home State and No Home State Renewals.
Effective October 25, 2023, Maine will be making changes to P&C Surplus Lines Licenses and Premium Taxes. See attachment for full details.
Appointment renewal invoices and the list of appointment renewals due will be available on the NIPR website beginning 8:00 AM Central Time, November 2, 2023, through 4:00 PM Central Time January 2, 2024.
Effective October 13, 2023, New York will begin loading Continuing Education (CE) compliance data to the Producer Database (PDB). The current value loaded to the CE compliance field on PDB does not accurately capture the licensee’s CE compliance status. With these changes, the licensee’s current CE compliance status for New York will be loaded to the PDB report. Note: The compliance indicator on PDB will only include general CE compliance. Certain license classes require ‘Flood’ courses, but PDB will only display the general compliance status.