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Texas Insurance Pre-Licensing

How to become a licensed insurance professional.

Get Licensed.

Self Study or Take an Exam Prep Class

  1. Schedule & Pass the Exam

    Get certified from your home or office.

    Take your Texas Department of Insurance exam conveniently from home through OnVUE online proctoring. A live proctor will monitor you through the webcam on your workstation to provide a secure exam experience. Learn more.

  2. Get Fingerprinted

    Many applications require a fingerprint background check for processing. Fingerprints are used to check criminal history records of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Learn more.

  3. Apply for Your License

    Tips for successful application processing.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to apply, renew or manage your license:

Agent and adjuster licensing page

Questions about agent licensing and applications

How to check your CE hours or download a copy of your CE transcript:


How to Look Up Your National Producer Number:

NIPR – National Insurance Producer Registry

How do I get a non-resident license?

If you have an active license in good standing in your resident / home state, you can apply for a non-resident license in Texas using Sircon or the National Insurance Producer Registry. The application fee is $50.

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Do I need a license?

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