ELECTRONIC FILING: IT'S ALL ABOUT CONVENIENCE
Electronic Licensing Resources
TDI's licensing division offers quick and convenient ways to perform some common licensing transactions.
- Change an address on line for one or more states at the same time NIPR On Line address change
- Renew a license: (no convenience fee required): Renew licenses at Texas.gov (please allow 3-5 days for processing)
- Renew a non-resident Texas General Lines license: (convenience fee required): Renew licenses at NIPR/NAIC
- Renew a license: (convenience fee required): Renew licenses at Sircon
- Appoint companies to an existing license (convenience fee required): NIPR/NAIC www.nipr.com or https://www.sircon.com
- Submit an electronic non-resident license application (convenience fee required): NIPR/NAIC www.nipr.com/, or at Sircon, www.sircon.com/texas/index.jsp
- Obtain letters of certification (convenience fee required): Sircon
- Look up a licensee (no fee required): Licensee lookup at Texas.gov
- Get lists of licensees by license type (no fee for downloads): Licensee lists
The certification is printable as soon as the application process is complete (including fees), and the effective date of the renewal is the date the on-line application is completed and paid. Use of electronic resources could save several days over the paper processes, eliminating unpredictable mailing time and possible late fees on renewals. The non-resident application is usually processed in 2-3 days and the electronic appointments are usually processed within 3 days. The licensee lookup is usually current within 1 day.
If payment is required, a major credit card must be used, and there may be a small convenience fee in addition to the normal fee for the function.
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Last updated: 02/19/2010