Certified Insurance Consultant:

Applicable to: Individuals, at least 18 years of age and of good moral character.
Business Entity, all business names.
Description: Application for first-time license and reinstatement; fee; license requirements; miscellaneous forms and links. License to offer advice, counsel, opinion or service (for a fee)
Re: Life/Accident & Health insurance and/or Property/Casualty insurance. License required using certain titles per statute.
Fee: Initial, Amendment or Reinstatement - $300.00
There is no prorating of fees.
License fees are non-refundable.
Duration: Biennial. License expires September 30th each odd-numbered year.

Individual Requirements – Initial, Amendment or Reinstatement Applications:

Prerequisites: None
Required Documents: Complete application, fee and any documentation required based on a “yes” answer to a question.
The Department will verify either a passed Connecticut examination score report or evidence of equivalent license in any other state.
Apply for a License: After passing the exam, please allow 1-2 business days to submit your application to the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR). Under Licensing Center, select “Apply for a New License.”
Waiver of Examination:
In lieu of passing the exam, email or fax (within 90 days) Letter of Designation from society referencing the CID application number or NIPR transaction number.
  • Life/Accident & Health - for any applicant who has been awarded the professional designation of CLU and provides a current Letter of Designation.
  • Property/Casualty - for any applicant who has been awarded the professional designation of CPCU, AAI, or CIC and provides a current Letter of Designation.
Send current copy (dated within 90 days) Letter of Designation from society. Include application number on letter.

Business Entity – Initial, Amendment or Reinstatement Applications:

Perquisites: At least one owner, partner, officer, director or designated responsible person must hold an equivalent license in Connecticut.
Apply for a License: After passing the exam, please allow 1-2 business days to submit your application to the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR). Under Licensing Center, select “Apply for a New License.”
Required Documents: Complete application, fee and any documentation required based on a “yes” answer to a question.
The Department will verify evidence of equivalent license in any other state for Non-Resident applicants, and any documentation required based on a “yes” answer to a question.

Individuals and Business Entity – Renewal Applications:

Required Documents: Effective March, 2016, Renewal forms are no longer mailed out, the renewal form will be emailed to the email address on file, 90 days prior to the expiration date.
If you need to verify or update your email information, please go to Update Your License Information.
Fee: $250.00
There is no prorating of fees.
License fees are non-refundable.
Renew a License: Submit paper form with check or money order payable to the “Treasurer, State of Connecticut.”
Duration: Biennial. License expires September 30th each odd-numbered year.
Continuing Education: None

Applications, Forms & Other:

Change/Update/Verify License Information: (Email, Address)

Print a Receipt of Payment: ONLY for applications processed within the Connecticut Insurance Online system

Print and Verify a License


Contact Information:

Email: cid.licensing@ct.gov