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URA renewals and updates


URAs must renew their license every two years, and TDI must receive the application and fee prior to the expiration date of the URA’s license.  There are two options for renewal application submissions. You may either renew online for the easiest submission, which allows for payment with a credit card, or mail the application and related fee. Note that renewal fees only apply to certified URAs. Registered URAs do not pay a fee.

Read applicable laws and rules and all Renewal instructions.


To renew online:

Renew online


To renew by mail:

  • Mail the application exhibits and applicable fee as listed on the application noting the following:
    • Include a cover letter with the URA name on the application and employer identification number (EIN) or URA license number.
    • Mailing Address: (do not alter the address or make to the attention of an individual)

      Texas Department of Insurance
      Managed Care Quality Assurance (MCQA) Office, Mail code - LH-MCQA
      P.O. Box 12030
      Austin, TX 78711


URAs must submit updates of material changes no later than 30 days after the effective date of the change per Texas Insurance Code Section 4201.107.

Read applicable laws and rules and all Update instructions.

Email the application with the required application exhibits to

Examples of material changes include but are not limited to:

  • New officers and directors.
  • Changes in the organizational structure.
  • Changes in contractual relationships.
  • Changes in the utilization review plan.
  • Adding a new line of utilization review.


For more information, contact:

Last updated: 6/19/2023