From the AL DOI...
Individual Producer licenses are renewed in the Producer’s
birth month biennially based on the producer’s birth year.
Effective 1-1-19, the license may be renewed as early as 90 days
before the end of the licensee’s birth month, and within a grace
period of 30 days after the last day of their birth month with a
late fee of $50 added to the regular renewal fee. If not renewed
before the end of the grace period, the license will be expired.
Upon expiration of your license, you are eligible to
reinstate your license for a period of more than 30 days after
expiration to 12 months from the last day of your birth month
without the necessity of completing the prelicensing course or
passing a written examination by paying twice the renewal fee
and for residents by also completing required CE. However, you
must complete the Reissue Process through NIPR, by beginning on
our website www.aldoi.gov home page under Producers/Agents,
the Renew Your License link and then click on the license type,
then Renew Your License Residents.
In order to complete
your license renewal, you will have to have met your
Continuing Education requirements prior to the time that you
complete the online renewal process. To ensure that all your
Continuing Education credits have been reported to the
Alabama Department of Insurance, please view your Continuing
Effective 1-1-19, no
more CE Extensions are being allowed and CE must be showing in
the CE transcript for the producer to be able to renew the
license. Please note that it generally can take 3-5 days after
compliance for the CE information to be updated in the NIPR
database so that you are able to renew.