Resident agents and agencies needing current proof of licensing in Indiana for purposes of nonresident licensing in other states or for purposes of securing appointments with insurers are strongly advised to request a Certification, rather than a duplicate license. A Certification provides current license status, current continuing education compliance status, a statement of “good standing” and other information not provided on a duplicate license. Insurers who require prospective agents to provide proof of licensing as part of the appointment process are also strongly urged, for the same reasons, to require the prospective agent to provide a Certification rather than a copy of his or her license or a duplicate license. To request a Certification, complete and send to the state a completed Service Request Form .
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