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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 www.sircon.com 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 www.sircon.com/products/carriers/signup/ 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 sirconsupport@vertafore.com 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 agent@doi.idaho.gov. 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.