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Texas Insurance License Information



Agent & Adjuster Licensing

The Licensing Division is responsible for the licensing and regulation of persons who wish to sell insurance or adjust property-casualty claims in the state of Texas.

As of September 1, 2010, there were 421,502 agents, agencies, and adjusters licensed.


The Company Licensing and Registration Division incorporates, licenses, and registers the following risk-bearing entities that wish to operate in the Texas insurance market:

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs)
Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)
Insurance Companies
Multiple Employers Welfare Arrangements (MEWAs)
Purchasing Groups
Risk Retention Groups
Surplus Lines Insurers
Viatical and Life Settlements
Workers’ Compensation Self-Insurance Groups (SIGs)
Other insurance-related entities

ONLINE Services

Texas agents and adjusters can now view their current CE credits, update their e-mail address, request a letter of certification, renew or apply for their license and find their Texas license number or National Producer number at "Agent/Adjuster Electronic Licensing Services"

Schools Courses) --Provider Course Look up


Continuing Education Information for Agents/All Adjusters and Providers

This page contains the following three major sections:
Agent/Adjuster Continuing Education Information & Requirements
Continuing Education Information Continuing Education Rules

Note: The Texas Department of Insurance does not provide or develop study materials for the exams. However, we suggest that you:

Review the exam content outline in the Prometric Licensing Information Bulletin. Texas Insurance Testing

Test Preparation

Test Preparation --License for Agents or Brokers --OTHER EXAMS - REAL ESTATE -CPA -- CFA

FAQ For Agents and Brokers

How do I apply for an agent's license?
How do I apply for a temporary agent's license?
How do I apply for an adjuster's license?
Where may I find licensing forms?
How do I apply for a Texas non-resident license?


Texas Department of Insurance Home Page

Licensing Home Page

Agent & Adjuster Licensing

Company Licensing and Registration

State Fire Marshal Licensing

Texas Department of Insurance
333 Guadalupe, Austin 78701 P.O. Box 149104, Austin 78714
(512) 463-6169
Consumer Help 1-800-252-3439





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