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FCC Licensee Privacy

Information about how your FCC license information is made publicly available

You should be aware that, as an applicant for an FCC Amateur Radio License, some information about you will be made publicly available via the FCC's  
Universal Licensing System (ULS), specifically information you submit on the NCVEC 605 form will be published:  

     - Your name
     - Your mailing address
     - Your license call sign and license class
     - Your FCC registration number
     - Felony conviction status (FCC Qualification Question)
     - Various transaction dates, administrative review statuses, etc.

You can read more about the FCC Privacy Act information for Wireless Services Licensing Records
Social security numbers, phone numbers, and email addresses are never published.

If you do not want your home address to be public information when the new license is issued, an alternative address, such as a PO Box or work address, would be acceptable.

For additional help, instructions, or assistance, call the FCC Licensing Support Center at 877-480-3201 (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. ET), or submit a help request on the FCC’s Wireless Licensing Help Center website.


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