The Oregon Insurance Division conducts fingerprint-based background checks and fitness determinations on all applicants for a resident license. Fingerprinting is not required for resident licensees adding a line of authority to an existing license. Fingerprints must be taken at an Oregon PSI test center or at a FieldPrint location. Both companies digitally capture and transmit the fingerprints to the Oregon State Police and FBI for a criminal records check.
Oregon PSI test centers
PSI does not schedule fingerprinting appointments. It is a walk-in service offered during certain hours. Information on locations and hours is available at
FieldPrint requires that you schedule an appointment. To do that, go to
www.FieldprintOregon.com . Click on the “Schedule an Appointment” button. Enter an email address under “New Users/Sign UP” and click the “Sign Up” button. After creating an account, you will have to enter the code
FPORDeptConsumerBusServDAS and follow the instructions on screen.
Please make sure that you are scheduling using a computer on FieldprintOregon.com, mobile devices may not work if the system determines it is not secure enough.
- Resident and non-resident applicants with criminal convictions should consult the rule on fitness determination for guidance on convictions.
- The rules describe the crimes relevant to a fitness determination, and set a timeline for when these crimes can be considered when evaluating an application.
- A criminal conviction does not automatically disqualify a person from getting a license. The Division of Financial Regulation determines this on a case-by-case basis after evaluating many factors.
- Certain crimes involving dishonesty or breach of trust require a 1033 waiver from our office to participate in the insurance industry.
1033 waiver information
- The Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act 18 U.S.C. §§ 1033 prohibits certain activities by or affecting people engaged, or proposing to become engaged, in the business of insurance.
- People convicted of certain crimes involving dishonesty or breach of trust must obtain the written consent of the Division of Financial Regulation to work in the insurance industry in Oregon.
- Any individual who has been convicted of any criminal felony involving dishonesty or a breach of trust, or who has been convicted of an offense under this section, and who willfully engages in the business of insurance whose activities affect interstate commerce or participates in such business, will be fined as provided in this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.