Notice Regarding Colorado Insurance Producer Licensing

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You are receiving this Notice from the Colorado Division of Insurance (“Division”) because your Colorado insurance producer license, or an insurance agency license for which you are the designated responsible producer, has expired due to failure to come into compliance by December 31, 2020.

On April 2, 2020, the Division provided relief to licensees during the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Colorado by issuing Emergency Regulation 20-E-04, which provided insurance producers, cash-bonding agents, and professional cash-bail agents with a temporary continuation of license renewal deadlines, including continuing education requirements and licensing fees. On October 13, 2020, the Division notified insurance producers, cash-bonding agents, and professional cash-bail agents that this relief had been extended to December 31, 2020. 

Reinstatement Due to Failure to Continue License

Pursuant to Division Regulation 1-2-10, insurance producers who fail to continue/renew their license by the expiration date will be required to reinstate their license by submitting a new application and the initial application fees. You can apply for a reinstatement or new license application at the link below. 

Colorado's Licensing Portal (via Sircon)

License Required

Colorado law sets forth that “[n]o person shall act as or hold oneself out to be an insurance producer unless duly licensed as an insurance producer.” C.R.S. § 10-2-401(1). Further, an insurance agency or business entity acting as an insurance producer must obtain an insurance producer license. C.R.S. § 10-2-404(2). 

If you have any licensing or compliance-related questions, please contact the Division of Insurance at

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