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FCC ULS : What is a License ID?
The CORES FRN (required under new FCC rules in Part 1, Subpart W) is different from the Licensee ID (an 8-digit number beginning with the letter "L"). When filing applications with a VEC your FRN may be used on any FCC form in place of the applicants TIN (or Social Security Number.)  Your Licensee ID can be located the same way you find the FRN, but is not a valid replacement for your FRN on applications.

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