OKLAHOMA CITY –On March 26, 2020, Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready approved waiving certain requirements for new licenses issued to producers and adjusters. These measures will ensure services remain available during the state’s response to COVID-19.
The Oklahoma Insurance Department (OID) contracts with a national vendor who has temporarily closed all testing centers nationwide due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. OID has responded by making Temporary Producer and Adjuster licenses available for Oklahoma Residents who are unable to take current license examinations. This does not apply for renewals. Temporary licenses, when issued, will be effective until 30 days after the Governor’s declaration of emergency ends.
All applications for Temporary Producer or Apprentice Adjuster licenses must be submitted with payment by mail. To protect Oklahoma Consumers, background checks will be completed on all temporary license applications. All temporary licensees will require a licensed resident sponsor who will oversee their work and conduct and be accountable for the temporary licensee with the Oklahoma Insurance Department.
To apply for a Temporary License, visit www.licensing.oid.ok.gov. For questions about licensing, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (405) 521-3916.
If you have questions about other insurance issues, contact the Oklahoma Insurance Department at 1-800-522-0071 or visit our website at www.oid.ok.gov.