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California Becomes 16th State to Accept Electronic Non-Resident Licenses Under NIPR

California has become the 16th state to accept electronic non-resident producer applications, as part of the National Producer Licensing Registry (NIPR). The other states are:...
July 23, 2003

California has become the 16th state to accept electronic non-resident producer applications, as part of the National Producer Licensing Registry (NIPR). The other states are: Colorado, District of Columbia, Iowa, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, New York, North Carolina, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

Electronic Non-Resident Licensing allows producers to quickly and easily obtain a license in a non-resident state.

The NIPR Registry electronic non-resident licensing program offers benefits, including:

  • Ease of electronic submission
  • Prior knowledge of license eligibility
  • Prior knowledge of costs
  • One transaction payment for multiple licenses
  • Exceed GLB expectations
  • Can now be paid by credit card at www.licenseregistry.com

More information about states accepting electronic Non-Resident Licenses

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