Licensing Procedures – Adjusters
Individual Adjusters - Oregon Residents
All applicants for an Oregon resident adjuster license must take the Oregon adjuster exam. No prelicense training is required.
NOTE: The business entity (agency) also must file an affiliation of adjuster (Form 2139) within 30 days.
To apply as a resident adjuster:
NOTE: Fingerprinting services are performed at the PSI exam centers. Call the exam vendor to set up an appointment to have your fingerprints digitally scanned and transmitted to the Oregon State Police for processing.
Exam informationPSI administers the exams. See PSI's website (psiexams.com) for information for candidates for Oregon licenses, including how to register for exams, exam outlines, and exam fees. Exam fees are paid directly to PSI at the time of exam registration. Those who need special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) or for whom English is a second language (ESL) can request special exam arrangements by submitting a special accommodations form to PSI. The form is available on PSI's website in the licensing information bulletin.
Individual Adjusters - Nonresident
To apply as a nonresident adjuster:
Adjuster Business Entities - Oregon Residents
To apply as a resident adjusting firm:
Submit a Business Entity application through NIPR.com.
NOTE: Assumed business names must be registered with the Secretary of State Corporation Division.
Adjuster Business Entities - Nonresident
To apply as a nonresident adjusting firm: