Renew an insurance adjuster licence

  1. Determine if you're eligible
  2. Complete the renewal application form
  3. Provide all other supporting documents required
  4. Pay your fees
  5. Submit your application, supporting documents and fees
  1. Determine if you're eligible

    All insurance adjusters working in Yukon must hold a current licence and renew it every year.

    In Yukon, a licensed insurance adjuster:

    • investigates insurance claims;
    • makes recommendations regarding insurance policy payments; and
    • negotiates payments and settlements.

    Renewal period

    All insurance adjuster licences expire annually on September 30. Submit your renewal application before August 1. This will ensure we can process your application before your licence expires.

    It's illegal to work in the new licence year before we have issued your new licence.

    Eligibility

    You can apply to renew your licence if you hold a current insurance adjuster licence in Yukon.

  2. Complete the renewal application form

    Complete all sections of the renewal application form. Do not leave a section blank. You may enter "not applicable" when it's relevant.

    Tips

    • Mark on the top of the form whether you're applying for:
      • a resident; or
      • a non-resident licence.
    • Choose non-resident if your home jurisdiction is outside of Yukon.
    • Sign the affidavit section in front of a notary public and then have the notary sign and witness.
    • Send us the original application form and keep a photocopy for your records.
    • We do not accept photocopies of the application form.
    • We may return incomplete applications.
  3. Provide all other supporting documents required

    Gather together the following documents and provide these with your complete application package.

    Proof of standing

    We only require this from applicants who hold an adjuster licence in another Canadian or US jurisdiction.

    • We accept the following as proof of standing:
      • a recent printout from your home regulator’s online register;
      • a copy of your insurance adjuster licence from your home jurisdiction;
      • a certificate of authority from your home regulator; or
      • any combination of the above.
         
    • You must ensure this documentation shows all of the following:
      • your name;
      • your licence number;
      • the class(es) of insurance you are licensed to sell; and
      • your current licence status or licence expiry date.
  4. Pay your fees

    Fees

    Non-residents

    Pay this fee if your home jurisdiction is outside of Yukon.

    Annual licence fee: $150.

    Residents

    Pay this fee if Yukon is your home jurisdiction.

    Annual licence fee: $75.

    Payment method

    You can pay your fees by cheque or credit card. Complete the payment information form and include this and your fees with your application.

  5. Submit your application, supporting documents and fees

    Submit your entire application package. This must include:

    • your completed application form;
    • all required supporting documents; and
    • your payment form and licence fees.

    We typically process renewal applications within 30 business days. We will confirm you have met all legal requirements before issuing a licence.

    We may return your application if you have not provided all the required documentation.

    Submit your application package

    • In person or by courier at 307 Black Street, Whitehorse Y1A 2N1. We are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.
    • Mail:
      Government of Yukon
      Professional Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (C-5)
      Box 2703
      Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6

Contact 

For questions about renewing an insurance adjuster licence, email: insurance.plra@gov.yk.ca or phone: 867-667-5111 or toll free in Yukon 1-800-661-0408 ext. 5111.