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E-Filing ATF Form 1, Part 2: Payment & Applicant Info

E-Filing ATF Form 1, Part 2: Payment & Applicant Info

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Oct 27th 2022

Part 2: Select Payment & Applicant Type

Intro: Making an Account on EForms

Part 1: Starting the Form 1 application.

Part 2: Payment and Applicant Info. (You're here!)

Trusts: Responsible Persons Questionnaire.

Part 3: Responsible Person(s) page.

Part 4: Chief Law Enforcement Officer page.

Part 5: Line Item page (adding your SBR).

Part 6: Electronic Documents page (trusts only).

Part 7: Paying for and submitting the application.

Part 8: Rolling fingerprints and mailing them to ATF.

1. Select "Tax Paid ($200)"

1. Every NFA application requires a $200 tax to be paid to the government. 

2. In exchange, you'll get a blue stamp on your approved NFA application. 

3. As a regular applicant (trust or individual) select the Tax Paid ($200) option. 

4. Click Next.

2. Enter your applicant info

This is the first part of the application wherein the fields you must fill out vary by applicant type. 

We've exampled what you must enter as an individual and trust below.

NOTE: Unless you're a registered FFL, make sure "No FFL" is checked!


5. Enter your title as "Grantor". This is your title as the creator the NFA gun trust. 

6. Although your trust doesn't technically have a physical address, you must enter one. 

7. You should use the address where you're building your SBR. This is typically your home address. 

8. Part of the address will be pre-filled with the info you entered when you registered with EForms. 

9. Once you've entered all required info, click Next.


5. Enter your title as "Owner". Middle initial and Cadence are not necessary. 

6. Enter the address where you'll build your SBR. 

7. Confirm the pre-entered info is correct. 

8. Below this section, answer all the "Maker Questions" truthfully:

9. Once you've answered all questions, click Next.


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