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Below, please find the initial steps and links for carriers to submit applications through Sircon for the Idaho provisional license:

  • SPONSORING INSURERS MUST SUBMIT APPLICATIONS for the temporary license electronically at Link to external website via your subscriber account. To apply for the temporary license, the sponsoring insurer must be a Sircon account holder. NOTE: PAPER APPLICATIONS AND REGULAR PRODUCER APPLIATIONS THAT ARE SUBMITTED FOR A TEMPORARY LICENSE WILL NOT BE PROCESSED. FEES WILL BE NONREFUNDABLE.
  • If the sponsoring insurer does not have a Sircon account, go to Link to external website and follow the instructions to establish an account.
  • Please direct any questions regarding Sircon carrier accounts or the application process for this license type to or call (877) 876-4430.
  • You will have the ability in the confirmation page of the application process to upload attachments in the Sircon system. This should include:
    • AD Banker Certification of Passed Exam for each line of authority you will select
    • Background documentation for any Yes answers to application background questions
    • Proof of U.S. issued Work Visa, if a non-citizen residing in Idaho

      Alternatively, you can fax attachments to 208-334-4398 or email to Be sure to reference electronic application transaction ID and name of applicant, if using fax or email to send documents.

REMINDER: all temporary licensees must take the State exam and do fingerprinting through PSI, once test sites are available in your area. You will have a 30-day window to do so, once they are reopened.

The temporary license type is only good for 180 days and cannot be renewed. This license must be converted to a permanent resident license in order to apply for non-resident licenses.

Any appointment awarded to the temp license will transfer to the permanent license if the temp license is still active when conversion occurs.

NOTE: there is only a one-time process for application, so be sure background answers are accurate to avoid revocation of the license and a one-year ban for reapplication.