Wisconsin: Paper Licensing

Uniform Application for Business Entities
PDF | Word

Uniform Application for Individuals
PDF | Word

Non-Resident Licensing

Wisconsin accepts the Uniform Licensing Application for nonresident business entities and individuals.

Resident Licensing

Wisconsin accepts the Uniform Licensing Application for resident business entities and individuals.

Contact Information

Wisconsin Web Site

Mail Applications to:
Office of the Commissioner of Insurance 
Agent Licensing Section
P.O. Box 7872
Madison, WI 53707-7872

 

Non-Resident Contacts

Business and Individual
Licensing
816-783-8990
sbshelp@naic.org

 

Resident Contacts

Business and Individual
Licensing
816-783-8990
sbshelp@naic.org

 

NIPR Licensing

This page provides state-specific checklists, application forms and contacts for paper resident and non-resident licensing in the State of Wisconsin.

 

Non-Resident Licensing Checklist for Business Entities

Requirements

Special Requirements

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Non-Resident Licensing Checklist for Individuals

Requirements

Appointment Requirements

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Resident Licensing Checklist for Business Entities

Requirements

Special Requirements

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Resident Licensing Checklist for Individuals

Individual licensing process is electronic. Click on http://oci.wi.gov/agentlic.htm
Paper applications are not required.

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DISCLAIMER

The National Insurance Producer Registry ("NIPR") populates the State Matrix of Business Rules ("State Matrix") with information provided directly from participating state insurance departments. Participating states are encouraged to provide updated information when appropriate. NIPR does not guarantee the completeness, accuracy or adequacy of the information in the State Matrix. The information in the State Matrix does not constitute legal advice and use of this information is at user's own risk and responsibility. Any questions regarding the interpretation of the rules or the accuracy of the information should be directed to the appropriate state insurance department.