License Renewals

You can renew your license through NIPR or Sircon.
Email us with any licensing renewal questions at BOILicenseRenewal@scc.virginia.gov.

Agencies Renewals
Must renew by May 1, 2021 and renew every 2 years thereafter.

Individual Renewals
Licenses will have a renewal date based on your birth month and odd/even year of birth. For example, if you were born in an odd-numbered year, your license will expire at the end of your birth month in odd-numbered years. If you were born in an even-numbered year, your license will expire at the end of your birth month in even-numbered years.

If you are born in an odd year then your first renewal will be in 2023. If you are born in an even year then your first renewal will be in 2022, except for those born in January which will renew in 2024.

By March 2021 all licenses will be updated with an expiration date. Verify your license expiration date is accurate

Renewals Schedule
Agents will be able to renew their licenses 90 days prior to the expiration date. The renewal fee will be $10 per line of authority.
Continuing Education Requirements for resident Consultants, Producers, & Public Adjusters are due at the time of renewal.
Licensed on or before January 1, 2021- You will have a minimum of 13 months before your first renewal. This does not apply to public adjusters.
Licensed after January 1, 2021- You will have a minimum of 13 months from the date your license was issued before first renewal.

*Some license types require additional renewal requirements. Review these requirements below.

Licensees holding both Life & Health and Property & Casualty Consultant qualifications if only one of the two qualifications are renewed, and you wish to renew the other prior to the license expiration date, email the License Renewal Team at BOILicenseRenewal@scc.virginia.gov to request a paper application.
Individual Public adjusters must submit a renewal application and pay a nonrefundable application processing fee, every 24 months from the initial license issuance date. On renewal, your license expiration date will change to the end of your birth month based on odd/even year of birth. Once renewed, visit License Lookup to review your new license expiration date.

As part of the renewal, all public adjusters must certify that a $50,000 bond in favor of the Commonwealth and obtained from an insurance company licensed by the Commission will remain in force for as long as the license remains in effect. The surety bond number, effective date and the name of the insurer must be included on the renewal application. The Bureau does not require submission of the continuation certificate as a condition of renewal.

Reinstatements only apply to individual licenses. Individual licenses may be reinstated within twelve months from the renewal date due to non-renewal or failure to complete continuing education requirements. This does not apply to agents who failed to complete continuing education for the 2019-2020 biennium.

In addition to the original renewal fee, a reinstatement fee that is double the renewal fee will be required. Renewal fee is $10 plus a $20 reinstatement fee per LOA.

Residents must complete all CE requirements before submitting a reinstatement.

Resident Producers and Consultants must reinstate through Sircon.
All others have the option to reinstate their licenses through NIPR or Sircon.

Residents
As part of the renewal, the licensee must certify that a $25,000 bond in favor of the Commonwealth and obtained from an insurance company licensed by the Commission will remain in force for as long as the license remains in effect. The surety bond number, effective date and the name of the insurer must be included on the renewal application. The Bureau does not require submission of the continuation certificate as a condition of renewal.

Nonresidents
Must hold specific license authority to act as a SLB (or equivalent line of authority) in their home state or it will not be renewed.
Nonresidents are not required to submit a bond.

All Surplus Lines Brokers
If you renew your license but have not filed the Bureau of Insurance Maintenance Assessment Report and paid the Maintenance Assessment, your license will be administratively terminated. The Maintenance Assessment must be paid even if no Virginia business was transacted.

A Broker (VSB), as required by Virginia Code, must complete the Annual Certification of Anti-Fraud Initiatives Form within 60 days of being licensed, and annually thereafter by March 1st of each year. Email the completed form and any questions concerning your compliance status to VSBAnti-FraudPlan@scc.virginia.gov.