In Wyoming, there is a two-year Non-Resident Adjuster license that expires on the last day of the licensee’s birth month.
Wyoming grants reciprocity with most other states licenses, provided the applicant is licensed in his or her state of residence. For those who hold DHS licenses in particular, the designated home state must require non-resident adjusters to:
Successfully complete an adjuster examination
Submit background report or fingerprints
Complete twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education during each licensing period.
Please note that the following States are currently accepted as Designated Home States; Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky-Independent Adjuster Only, Louisiana, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, Indiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah.
Non-resident Applicants licensed in their home state must pay a $150 Adjuster License Fee; this can be done digitally via the NIPR.
For more information, contact the Wyoming Insurance Department.