Senate Bill 262 was signed into law on July 12, 2013. The bill includes provisions requiring the licensure of navigators in Missouri, which became effective immediately. This new law authorizes the department to license and regulate individual navigators and navigator entities in Missouri. An entity or insurance producer licensed to sell health insurance in Missouri is not required to be licensed as a navigator. Below are the forms needed to submit license applications to the department. More information will be added to this webpage as available.

To qualify for an individual navigator license, you must satisfy these requirements:

  • Be 18 or older.
  • Reside in Missouri or maintain a principal place of business in Missouri.
  • Not be disqualified for having committed any act that would be grounds for refusal to issue, renew, suspend or revoke an insurance producer license.
  • Successfully pass the examination prescribed by the director.
  • When applicable, have the written consent of the director of the Missouri Department of Insurance under 18 U.S.C. ยง1033 or any successor statute regulating crimes by or affecting persons engaged in the business of insurance whose activities affect interstate commerce.
  • Have identified the entity with which he or she is affiliated and supervised.
  • Have paid the fees prescribed by the director.

Licensed Navigators in Missouri

To check the license of a navigator or a producer, click here.

Some tips on using the Licensee Look-up Database

  • Select individual or entity in the "Licensee Type" pull-down menu.
  • Enter the name of the navigator or agent or name of the business entity in the corresponding fields.
  • Use the "License Type" pull-down to select "navigator" or "producer" for an insurance agent.
  • Click "submit" as the bottom of the screen to generate your search results.

License application

Testing Information

Individuals applying for license as a navigator will be required to pass an exam before being issued a license. Pearson VUE will administer the test in Columbia, Overland Park, Springfield, St. Louis and Kansas City. Candidates who wish to make an exam reservation should call 866-274-4740. Before making a reservation, candidates should review the Missouri Navigator Licensing Candidate Handbook. The handbook is useful in preparing for the examination and it is recommended that the content outline be reviewed prior to taking the exam.

Verify and Print Your License

Navigator Continuing Education Forms

Navigator Licensing Laws

Section 376.2000-2014 RSMo

Rules