TitleGram - Important Info RE: NMLTA Dues & Company Licensing
I hope that you are doing well! I wanted to reach out to you to update you on a couple of matters:
First, the 2022 Dues invoices should be sent out to you within the next few days. Again, I apologize for the delay in getting these out to each of you, but I greatly appreciate your patience and understanding. Should you have any questions or concerns with this, please feel free to contact me.
Secondly, it has come to our attention that notification for renewing your company licenses with OSI may not have been received by all members or there may be a discrepancy with your license expiration date. Consequently, there may be some of you that will need to renew your company license. You can check on your license status by visiting the OSI website (www.osi.state.nm.us). Scroll to the “For Producers” tab at the top of the page and then click on “License Lookup.” This will take you to National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) website. Select your Jurisdiction, then select “Search Type” and choose “Licensee”. Next, choose “Business Entity” under Entity Type. You will then need to enter information into one of the fields in order to search for your license; I recommend “Business Name.” Finally, check the box next to “I agree to the NAIC’s Term and Conditions” to search for your company. Once you locate your business entity, you will be able to check your company license status. Should you need to renew your company license, you can go to the following website nipr.com/licensing-center/renew to access the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR) and follow the instructions to renew you company license.
Additionally, you can use the aforementioned information to check that status of your (or staff) individual license(s). When in the NAIC License Lookup, after you 2 put in your name to look up. Again, if you need to renew your individual license(s), you can access the NIPR website to renew these licenses as well.
Wishing you the best!
J. W. Baldock