Become a Georgia Insurance Adjuster

Licensing Rules and Reciprocity for Georgia Claims Adjusters

AdjusterPro's Bottom-line: Resident adjuster applicants must take a 40 hour P&C pre-licensing course and pass an exam. Non-residents holding an adjuster license in their home state can obtain a Georgia license through reciprocity. Non-residents that live in states not licensing adjusters must pass the Georgia Adjuster Examination to qualify for licensure.

Effective August 1, 2014: The Georgia Department of Insurance is pleased to announce PSI Services LLC will become the Department’s new vendor providing back office support for the Agents Licensing Division. These services include the processing of individual license applications, license renewals, appointments, agency license applications, affiliations, education provider, instructor and course approval. PSI Services LLC will have a local office dedicated to serving Georgia licensees. They can be reached by phone at: 855-235-5174.

Note: This change does not impact testing services. Pearson VUE remains the Department’s testing administrator.

Adjuster License Requirements

To become a licensed Georgia insurance adjuster, individuals must:

  • Be 18 years of age.
  • Complete a Designated 40 Hour PreLicensing Course.
  • Pass the Georgia Adjuster Exam.

Adjuster Exam Preparation

Our AdjusterPro Georgia course is temporarily unavailable for purchase as of September 18, 2014. We hope to have it available for sale again as soon as possible.

Our online 40 Hour Georgia Adjuster PreLicensing Course simultaneously satisfies the state's PreLicensing requirement while preparing you to successfully pass the state exam. The Certificate of Completion issued upon successful completion of the 4 day, 40-hour course is needed to qualify for the state exam.

Adjuster Exam Registration

Once your 40 Hour PreLicensing Course has been completed, you may schedule your exam and location through Pearson-Vue online or by calling 1-800-274-0488.

Refer to the Georgia Candidate Handbook for detailed information on exam.

Georgia License Application

Resident must:

  • Complete the above PreLicensing Course and Adjuster Exam.
  • Complete application form GID103.
  • Application fee of $115 must be included with application.
  • Complete Electronic Fingerprinting. Click for more information.

NOTE: Waiver of examination can be granted if applicant holds CPCU designation. Further, the exam requirement for residents can be waived if applicant was licensed for the same lines in their prior home state. The license in that state, however, must be active at the time of moving to Georgia and the applicant must submit a letter of clearance from their home state. They must apply within 90 days of moving to Georgia. 

Non-residents must:

  • Complete the Nonresident Uniform Application for Individual Producer.
  • Submit proof of home state licensure for license type requested; proof may be in form of an Original certification letter dated within 90 days from resident state or PDB printout.
  • Application fee of $115 must be included with application.
  • If you are from a state that does not have a license requirement, you may still be licensed in Georgia, however, you must take the Georgia Adjuster Examination to qualify.


Georgia grants licensing privileges to those adjusters licensed in their home state. If a state does not require a license for its adjusters you must take the Georgia Adjuster Exam.

Maintaining Your License

  • Starting in 2012, this license is good for two years, and expires on the last day of your birthday month. It can be renewed electronically through Sircon.
  • This year all renewals are due Nov. 1, 2012. Any renewal received Nov. 2, 2012-Dec. 31, 2012 must include a $15 late filing fee. Renewals received Jan. 1, 2013 or later will not be accepted. 
  • Click here for specific information on when your license renewal deadline will be for the new 2 year license.
  • Click here if you wish to print a paper renewal.
  • If you did not renew you license on time, please review the new 2012 reinstatement process information.
  • Print your license here.
  • Continuing Education requirements for residents only. Effective May 6, 2014:
  • As part of the National Uniformity movement, the following CE requirements will change:
    • Resident licensees with less than 20 years service = For persons licensed less than 20 years  - the hours have been reduced from 30 hours biennially to 24 hours biennially.
    • The Ethics requirement reduces from 6 hours biennially to 3 hours biennially.
    • The uniform change also restricts licensees from repeating the same CE course in the same renewal filing period.
    • See here for more information.
    • Resident licensees with more than 20 years service = 20 hours (6 hours must be in ethics)
    • See here for more information.
    • Newly licensed person = Pre-licensing course can stand for first year's CE credit. Submit pre-licensing certificate with renewal.
  • The Georgia Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commission, Pearson Vue, and Sircon have a new service called ProducerEDGE. Use ProducerEDGE to apply, renew, and manage your license. Click here to create a free account. See ProducerEDGE FAQ's.
  • Click here to request name and/or address change.
  • 2012 IMPORTANT UPDATE: The 2012 license renewal requires all licensees to submit a notarized Citizenship Affidavit Form (GID-276-EN) attesting to either United States Citizenship of lawful presence. Download instruction and form here.

License Fees

  • Pearson Vue Examination Fee: $90
  • Initial Licensing and Application Fee: $115
  • $15 late renewal fee

Contact the Georgia Department of Financial Services

2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, West Tower, Suite 707, Atlanta, Georgia 30334

Phone: (404) 656-2101, Fax: (404) 657-8542, Email:

Address for items that include payments:

PSI Services LLC

P.O.Box 742983

Atlanta, GA 30374-2893

PSI Services LLC will have a local office dedicated to serving Georgia licensees. They can be reached by phone at: 855-235-5174.

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