Get a Company License

The Division of Insurance and Financial Oversight is responsible for the licensing of the following risk-bearing entities:


Georgia participates in the Uniform Certificate of Authority Application (UCAA) process, designed to allow insurers to file copies of the same application for admission in numerous states. 


  • Fraternal Benefit Societies
  • Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)
  • Life and Health Insurance Companies
  • Multiple Employer Welfare Arrangements (MEWAs)*
  • Property and Casualty Insurance Companies
  • Provider Sponsored Health Care Corporations (PSHCCs)
  • Title Insurers
  • Workers’ Comp Group Self Insurance Funds (WCGSIFs)*

Of the aforementioned entity types applying for licensure to enter into the Georgia insurance market the “Primary” or “Expansion” application under the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Uniform Certificate of Authority Application (UCAA) would apply. 

*Please note, there is a slightly different application process for MEWAs and WCGSIFs; please contact us for more information.

State-Specific Forms

Applicants should download the above forms, complete them, and then upload them via the NAIC's Uniform Certificate of Authority Application (UCAA) process.

Next Steps

After the license application is received and reviewed, accepted companies will receive a Welcome to Georgia email with a copy of the Certificate of Authority and information about next steps. 

Non-Traditional Company Filings

Non-Traditional company filing processes depend on the type of company. More information.