Renewal notices sent by email
Most license types renew online at NIPR.com.
- A license issued to an individual insurance agent expires biennially in the month of the individual's birthday anniversary.
- You will not be able to renew until your continuing education is in your transcript. By law, CE providers have 15 days to enter your credits. Updates to your transcript take at least 24 hours to register with NIPR. Maximum credit for one day is eight hours. Renewals must be done electronically and can be done through NIPR.com.
- All agency licenses expire two years from the month the license was first issued on the last day of the month.
- Consultants must provide proof of E&O insurance. The division requires the name of the provider and the expiration date. The proof must state that consulting activities are covered, and the policy must be for at least $500,000 per occurrence.
- Renewal notices are emailed to the individual or business email address on file.
- All renewal notices are emailed approximately 90 days before the license expiration date.
- If you have not received your renewal notice 30 days before your expiration date, call or email us to verify that your information is on file. Your renewal notice is not required to renew the license.
- Beginning January 1, 2019, we will not renew a non-resident adjuster license for an individual from a non-reciprocal state (California, Hawaii, and New York) until we confirm that the applicant has passed the Oregon exam.
Third-party administrators and adjusters without a home state
Individuals and businesses both renew by contacting DFR licensing at: