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Part 1 : Sec. 1.913 Application forms; electronic and manual filing
(a) Application Forms. Applicants and licensees in the Wireless Radio Services shall use the following forms and associated schedules for all applications:

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(4) FCC Form 605, Quick-form Application for Authorization for Wireless Radio Services. FCC Form 605 is used to apply for Amateur, Ship, Aircraft, and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) authorizations, as well as Commercial Radio Operator Licenses.

(b) Electronic filing. Except as specified in subparagraph (d) or elsewhere in this chapter, all applications and other filings using FCC Forms 601 through 605 or associated schedules must be filed electronically in accordance with the electronic filing instructions provided by ULS. For each Wireless Radio Service that is subject to mandatory electronic filing, this subparagraph is effective on (1) July 1, 1999, or (2) six months after the Commission begins use of ULS to process applications in the service, which ever is later. The Commission will announce by public notice the deployment date of each service in ULS.

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(d) Manual filing.

(1) ULS Forms 601, 603 and 605 may be filed manually or electronically by applicants and licensees in the following services:

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(ii) the Part 97 Amateur Radio Service, except those filed by Volunteer- Examiner Coordinators;

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(vi) Part 13 Commercial Radio Operators; and

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(2) Manually filed applications must be submitted to the Commission at the appropriate address with the appropriate filing fee. * * * * *

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(4) Manually filed applications that do not require fees must be addressed and sent to Federal Communications Commission, 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325-7245

(5) Standard forms may be reproduced and the copies used in accordance with the provisions of Sec. 0.409 of this chapter.

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(f) Applications for Amateur licenses. Each candidate for an amateur radio operator license which requires the applicant to pass one or more examination elements must present the administering Volunteer Examiners (VE) with all information required by the rules prior to the examination. The VEs may collect the information required by these rules in any manner of their choosing, including creating their own forms. Upon completion of the examination, the administering VEs will immediately grade the test papers and will then issue a certificate of successful completion of an amateur radio operator examination (CSCE) if the applicant is successful. The VEs will send all necessary information regarding a candidate to the Volunteer-Examiner Coordinator (VEC) coordinating the examination session. All other a applications for amateur service licenses may be submitted manually to FCC, 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA 17325-7245, or may be electronically filed via ULS. Feeable requests for vanity call signs must be filed in accordance with Sec. 0.401 of this chapter or electronically filed via ULS.


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