Insurance Department Now Accepting Applications Online

Stamford, CT (CompNewsNetwork) – Today, Insurance Commissioner Thomas R. Sullivan announced enhancements that enable the Insurance Department to accept applications and credit card transactions online. Individuals, business entities, and companies alike will benefit from these changes.
"Having the applications online has streamlined our licensing process," Commissioner Sullivan said, "making the process easier and more convenient for the applicant while realizing efficiencies within the department."
The online system was developed in cooperation with the UConn Computer Science and Engineering Department.
Who can apply
• First time applicants for resident insurance producer (individual/agency) licenses
• Other resident and non-resident license authorities for:
-Surplus Lines Brokers
-Casualty Claims Adjusters
-Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraisers
-Public Insurance Adjusters
-Certified Insurance Consultants
-Life Settlement Brokers
-Reinsurance Intermediaries
Benefits for users
Moving the application process online not only takes advantage of available technology, it also provides many benefits for users, such as:
1. Electronic verification of pre-license and test scores;
2. Safeguards to ensure complete application submission;
3. Safeguards to ensure accurate fees are assessed by license type;
4. The ability to pay fees by credit card;
5. E-mail notification of receipt of application;
6. Improved processing time.
While paper applications are still accepted at the Department, the new online system offers individual agents and insurance agencies increased flexibility when applying for a license for the first time. To apply for an insurance license please visit
All producers who hold existing licenses and are seeking to renew those licenses must still submit a paper renewal form.
The mission of the Connecticut Insurance Department is to serve consumers in a professional and timely manner by providing assistance and information to the public and to policy makers, by regulating the insurance industry in a fair and efficient manner which promotes a competitive and financially sound insurance market for consumers, and by enforcing the insurance laws to ensure that consumers are treated fairly and are protected from unfair practices.

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