How To Get An Illinois Insurance License
Are You Wondering How To Get An Illinois Insurance License?
Then you've come to the right place! See below for Illinois insurance license requirements.
To obtain a Resident Illinois insurance producer license, you must first adhere to the following requirements:
- Education requirement: Candidates must complete 20 hours in each line of insurance. Therefore, a Life/Health license will require 40 hours, and a Property/Casualty license will require 40 hours. Of the 20 hours in each line, 7.5 hours must be completed in a classroom format. Once you satisfy this requirement, your hours will be reported to the state with a Certificate of Completion, which will allow you to sit for the state exam. This certificate is valid for one year.
- Register for and pass the Illinois insurance license exam: Once your pre-licensing is complete, you must take the state exam and pass with a score of 70% or better.
- Complete the license application: You must submit your license application to the Department of Insurance along with your license fee of $180. Contact Pearson Vue Testing Centers for details regarding the license application.
Non-Resident Requirements: If a person is currently licensed in another state, you will not be required to complete any prelicensing or exam.
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To find training for obtaining your Illinois Insurance Producer license, simply click on any of the recommended courses below, or search under "Licensing" in the search box thereafter for the appropriate line of insurance.
Good luck with your Illinois Insurance License Exam!
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